Long Beach Willow Springs Park

City Awarded $924,000 Grant For Willow Springs Park Improvements

grant-money The City of Long Beach has been awarded a $924,000 state grant to improve wetlands and increase accessibility at Willow Springs Park by building trails, planting trees and re-establishing native vegetation. The park is located at 2745 Orange Ave.

Fourth of July Concert at Willow Springs Park Offers Music, Food, and Family-Friendly Fun

fireworks 7th District Councilmember James Johnson, The Port of Long Beach, and Parks, Recreation and Marine extend an invitation to attend a free Fourth of July Concert and family-friendly activities celebrating the birth of our nation.

Councilmember Johnson Hosts Willow Springs Park Grand Opening Celebration November 1

Councilmember James Johnson Councilmember James Johnson Councilmember James Johnson, the Port of Long Beach and the Arts Council for Long Beach invite residents to celebrate the grand opening of the first 4 acres of Willow Springs Park on Thursday November 1, 2012.

Councilmember James Johnson and Others Hosts Willow Springs Park Grand Opening Celebration

Councilmember James Johnson Councilmember James Johnson On Thursday, November 1, 2012 7th District Councilmember James Johnson, in partnership with Signal Hill Petroleum, the Port of Long Beach, and the Arts Council, will celebrate the Grand Opening of the first phase of Willow Springs Park with a free jazz concert.

Councilmember James Johnson Invites Residents to Willow Springs Park Tour October 20

Councilmember James Johnson Councilmember James Johnson The next Willow Springs Park tour (formerly California Gardens) is scheduled for Saturday, October 20th, 2012. The monthly tour is led by volunteers and focus on the history, wildlife, plants, and new developments of this exciting property.

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