Getting outside, exercising, and outdoor play are healthy ways to cope in extremely stressful situations. Now more than ever, we need this important and essential outlet as we begin to recover from the slowing pandemic. All outdoor park playground structures are OPEN for play! Get out and play today!
For over 15 years, Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District has championed and practiced water conservation by using recycled water to keep our parks green!
As California faces another drought year, we continue to find ways to be water smart in our efforts to balance water conservation with our goal to provide you the finest parks and green spaces possible.
Fortunately, the majority of our largest irrigated landscape areas including Pleasant Hill Park, Pleasant Oaks Park, Chilpancingo Park, College Park High School fields, Valley View Middle School fields, the Senior Center, and the Community Center, all utilize reclaimed water allowing us to keep the landscaping alive in those locations and fields green and in playable condition.
To learn how you too can be water smart, get tips from our friends at @contracostawaterdistrict. Visit https://www.ccwater.com/148/Conservation
If you have any questions about the District water use in our parks and landscape areas, please contact Tom Bradley, Park Superintendent here.