Bowers Park grass field with sycamore trees

Bowers Park Habitat Restoration & Pathway Installation


open space authority funds contributed to project


project awarded

The Authority contributed funds towards the City of Santa Clara's installation of a decomposed granite trail and restoration of upland habitat near Saratoga Creek. This project will give people of all ages and abilities access to nature in their neighborhood and to the new all-inclusive playground in Bowers Park. In addition, the trail will create a walking loop by connecting to existing park trails. The trail will enhance and integrate play spaces with nature, while supporting sustainability and age-friendly outdoor activities.
Award Date:
May 9, 2018
Urban Grant Program
Bowers Park

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