|Don't miss the first-ever Healthy Walnut Creek Festival & Skateboard Competition! The fun happens at Heather Farm Park from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 23. There will be games, give-aways, safety-seat inspections, demonstrations by Walnut Creek PD's K-9 unit and more! Skateboard competition begins at 10 a.m. Helmets, knee pages and elbow pads are required at the skateboard competition. Participants much have a completed registration/waiver form signed by a guardian. All abilities welcome. This free event is sponsored by the City's Arts, Recreation & Community Services Department. More...|
|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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration is under way for the Fall 2014 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training. Classes will be held seven consecutive Mondays, Sept. 8 through Oct. 20, with a final drill the morning of Oct. 25. To learn more, visit the CERT webpage, or click here to register online. More...|
|Celebrate Walnut Creek's Centennial Year by donating to the Centennial Grove at Heather Farm Park. |
The Grove will include 100 trees encircling the pond. The trees are both native and from around the world, representing the diversity of people who settled in Walnut Creek.
The Centennial Grove will include public art by a renowned artist and peaceful places to relax and reflect by the pond.
Everyone who donates $250 will have their name etched in stone on the grove's Centennial Rock.
Learn more about this lasting gift to the future by clicking here.