Join South City neighbors at the annual STREETS ALIVE at Orange Memorial Park on May 2nd. There are loads of great activities all day long and many local groups on hand to share community information. In addition we have the opportunity to view the the draft Park and Rec Master plan and your feedback is needed. AND OUR FARMERS MARKET IS BACK!
Check out the list of activities below and be sure to Go Go Go!
This program is supported by San Mateo County and more information on other Cities events which will take place May 2nd and May 3rd can be found below. Enjoy a great weekend locally outdoors!
SAN MATEO COUNTY STREETS ALIVE! PARKS ALIVE! ~ May 2 & 3, 2015
Streets Alive! Parks Alive! is an annual event started by Supervisor Carole Groom in April 2010, inspired by the first Active San Mateo County Conference, “Creating and Using Active Public Spaces.” In his keynote presentation, Gil Penalosa challenged San Mateo County to participate in the 2010 National Institutes of Health Campaign, “1000 Cities, 1000 Lives,” which encouraged cities to close streets to cars and open streets to people. Since then, numerous cities have participated annually, providing free opportunities for the community to participate in health-promoting activities and celebrate their public spaces.
Join us again the first weekend in May as we celebrate Streets Alive! Parks Alive! in a city near you. Visit the links below to find out how each city is celebrating.