Proposed features include stage, play areas and a walking path.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki writes that San Benito County should do more to encourage local businesses to sponsor park offerings as a way to help fund improvements.
"We can all do our part to flatten the curve and prevent further spread of COVID-19," said City Manager Don Reynolds.
R.E.A.C.H. San Benito Parks Foundation hosted second annual alternative to shopping on Black Friday.
City applies for $16 million in grants to build more parks.
Delay related to new water feature.
Town hall to follow meeting on use of Leatherback property as site of community center.
Artists and designers encouraged to apply to new public art opportunity at McCarthy Park.
City needs new funds for soil stabilization.
The generosity of San Benito County residents sets a positive trajectory into the future!
Costs to renovate county properties skyrockets because skilled workers are in short supply as County Parks & Recreation Commission approves $600,000 in renovations to supervisors for consideration.
Hollister City Council balks at $150,000 for dog park. Residents along Bonnie View Road voice opposition to road opening, and street artist asks city to consider interactive art parks.
It makes sense to have a consolidated recreational facility master plan that serves all county residents
This is the 10th in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County.
Architectural firm explains how parks master plan will be written and will include community suggestions. Residents can still send in ideas online