South Page Ponds

$109,000

open space authority funds contributed to project

2005

project awarded

In September 2007 the City of Campbell dedicated a trail development and revegetation project that offers the public a small oasis in a busy urban neighborhood. An allocation of $109,000 from the Open Space Authority helped fund trails, landscaping, and benches on the site of percolation ponds along Hacienda Avenue.
Award Date:
September 7, 2005
Program:
20% Funding Program
Location:
Hacienda Avenue, Campbell

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