We want to hear from you! Community feedback is still being accepted for the Sequoia Park Improvement Project! Take a brief survey to share your thoughts.
Sequoia Park Fundraising Campaign
Make a donation to the Sequoia Park Playground Improvement Fund. Help us preserve the park's natural & cultural resources, improve amenities and create an inclusive, unique, safe park experience that reflects the spirit of Sequoia Park and Eureka. Donations are tax deductible. Click here to view the fundraising campaign brochure.
Sign-up to participate in the Roll~N~Stroll on Sat., September 29th! Proceeds to benefit Tri-County Independent Living and the Sequoia Park Improvement Project.
A big thank you to everyone that came to the community workshop on Saturday at Washington School! We appreciate your input and look forward to continue working with the community on improving Sequoia Park.
Many thanks to Redwood Capital Bank for funding the design charrette process and Greenway for facilitating the community workshops. Your commitment and investment in our community is admirable.
We need your voice! Help us imagine new ways to discover, learn and play in our beloved Sequoia Park.
To add your voice and ideas to the design, come to Washington Elementary School's Cafeteria on Sat., June 9th from 10:00am - 12:00pm.
This is a family friendly event that includes FREE food and refreshments. Thanks to Recology Humboldt County for their generous donation to Sequoia Park fundraising efforts. Participants will have the opportunity to enter to win (3) San Francisco Giants Tickets! Opportunity drawing to be held at the Fourth of July festival in Old Town.
This event is sponsored by Redwood Capital Bank and hosted by City of Eureka Community Services Department and Greenway Partners.
Contact Donna Wood at 707.268.1858 or email@example.com for more information.
The first Sequoia Park Re-envisioning Old Growth, New Adventures design charrette / community workshop was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and for sharing your thoughts and ideas. Click on the link below to view the information gathered. A second design charrette / community workshop will be held soon. Stay tuned for more info!