The Holly Mini Park Renovation Project (Project) is a collaborative effort between the City, the community, Oakland Parks and Recreation Foundation (OPRF), private donors, and the Safety Impact Table. The Safety Impact Table is a program organized by the Youth Ventures Joint Powers Authority, which is a partnership comprised of representatives from the City of Oakland, Alameda County, and other entities. Working with the City’s Public Safety Department, the Safety Impact Table adopted the Project as one of its violence prevention strategies. This park renovation will improve access to safe outdoor space, increase social cohesion, and increase physical activity among children and adults in a high-crime neighborhood of East Oakland.
Holly Mini Park
The City of Oakland will be renovating Holly Mini Park, located at 9830 Holly Street, in 2022. The final renovation design was developed by Dillingham Associates with much community input. Over the past 18 months, the landscape design firm Dillingham Associates created all of the design and construction documents required for the renovation of Holly Mini Park. The City of Oakland is preparing the materials required to advertise the park renovation to local contractors.
Jul 1, 2019
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