|Everyone is invited to a community workshop to study ways to link the Iron Horse Trail and the Lafayette-Moraga Trail along the Olympic Boulevard Corridor. The workshop will be Tuesday, Sept. 16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Parkmead Elementary School multi-purpose room, 1920 Magnolia Way. Come review draft recommendations and share your thoughts! For a flyer with details, click here. |
|Community Service Day is Saturday, Sept. 27. With more than 50 projects to choose from, Community Service Day offers something for every age, every interest, and every skill level. Visit the Community Service Day website for details and a link to online registration. |
|The 2014 Slurry Seal project has begun and will continue through September. The slurry seal work is part of the City's ongoing effort to preserve, maintain and maximize the service life of public streets. Affected streets will be closed to traffic during slurry operations, and vehicular access will be limited. |
The 2014 project covers sections of 94 streets, including portions of North Gate Road, Hutchinson Road, Arbolado Drive, Quail Quest Drive, Whitehaven Drive and Snyder Lane.
For an interactive map depicting which streets will be impacted and when,click here. For questions, please contact Slurry Seal Project Manager Joe Sadri at 925-943-5899 ext. 2217 or email email@example.com.
|In honor of Walnut Creek's centennial, the Bedford Gallery will host an exhibition titled Walnut Creek Turns 100: Celebrating the City Through Art, which runs September 21 – November 16 at the Lesher Center.|
Be a part of this historic exhibition by submitting your artwork that reflects Walnut Creek's rich history, land, commerce, community, and culture, both past and present. Walnut Creek Turns 100 is open to members of our community who live or work in town, and to all those who love Walnut Creek. More...