Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission (PRAC) – November 10, 2021 Meeting.

Meeting

Details

The Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission (PRAC) will hear the following items at the November 10, 2021 meeting:

Item 7A - Request for the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission to review and provide comments on interpretive signs and their placement around Lake Merrit, Item 7B - An Informational Report on the Estuary Park Renovation and Expansion Project, Item 7C - Request for the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission to review, provide comments, and recommend acceptance of a gift from the Golden State Warriors Community Foundation, in partnership with Kaiser Permanente, and Project Delivery Partner Creative Sports Concepts, for The Mosswood Park Outdoor Basketball Courts Project and Item 9 -Measure Q Updates.

Agendas

Contact

Diane Boyd - Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development (OPRYD) - dboyd@oaklandca.gov

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Address

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When: Nov 10, 2021 04:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission (PRAC) Meeting - November 10, 2021

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