Help Complete The Bathrooms!
We’re reaching out to the community for donations to help complete the bathroom construction. Many have donated already. We appreciate your help. Please help by making a donation below. Thank you!
2nd Week of Park Cleanup
Bring your gloves, shovels and weed-eaters and Join us to give the park a haircut and do some basic maintenance. Saturday the 20th from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
Dedication of Yaley Event Pavilion and New Bathrooms – June 24th
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Palo Cedro Park
The Palo Cedro Community Park is organized for the single purpose of developing and managing a park that includes recreational facilities:
- Picnic and Barbecue Areas
- Covered Picnic Pavilion
- Disc Golf Course
- Wedding/Event Pavilion
- Basketball Court
- Horseshoe Pits
- Walking Trail
- Preservation of natural plants, trees and wetlands
Our vision includes these future projects:
- Bathroom Facility
- Harmony Park (Outdoor Musical Instruments/Sculptures)
- Group Picnic Area
- Tennis, Bocce Ball Courts
- Soccer and Baseball Fields
- Par Course
- Community Event Center
Wall of Fame
Thank You! Thank You! – Major Donors Palo Cedro Community Park Wall of Fame Click for Larger Image THANK YOU PALO CEDRO! We reached our fund-raising Goal and the 2nd Brick Wall is installed.
Become a supporter today by giving to the park. Your help and participation is greatly appreciated.
Letter from Park President
Welcome to the Palo Cedro Park. As president of the park I welcome all of the Palo Cedro Community and the general public to “your” park. The park is a rare gem. It is privately held and run and funded by volunteers. No government funding hits our budget. Our annual operating budget is more than $30,000 a year and growing. Upcoming projects will require us to boost our budget. Built by volunteers, the improvements over the last 20 years add up to over one million dollars of hard work and donations from people of Palo Cedro and the surrounding Redding area. The park is owned by the “Palo Cedro Community Action Team”, a 501 c3 non profit California corporation.
The board of directors shown on this website are those individuals who volunteer their time to run, manage, and make improvements to the park. Our latest addition to the park is the $22,000 of landscaping for the Yaley Wedding Pavilion. This work completes this facility that can now hold weddings, concerts and other activities, and is available for rent (hyperlink to https://pcpark.org/park-rental) to support the ongoing activities of the park.
Our next addition to the park is a Bathroom next to our 6 year old playground area. It is currently under construction with the management of Ark Design Construction and Roofing, a local Palo Cedro Contractor. This $180,000+ improvement has been years in the planning and it will be completed in 2023 for park visitors.
The members of the board are committed to “Building a Better Community thru Parks and Recreation” and are already working and planning for the next couple of projects which include a Bicycle Pump Track and parking lots for visitors. We invite the general public to join in the discussion at our monthly board meetings which are held the 2nd Thursday of each month at the Grange (22037 Old 44 drive, Palo Cedro).
The long term vision for the park includes a softball and soccer field in the back of the 18 acre property. The existing walking trails are used every day by the general public during our dawn to dusk hours. Our 9 hour disc golf also gets daily use from people all over the Greater Redding Area. If you have comments or would like to contact us, please email email@example.com. We welcome the public to join in conversations about how to build and manage a better park for Palo Cedro.
We are currently looking for $35,000 in donations to help complete the bathroom construction and invite you to click on the “Donate” button above and give generously to this effort.
Andy Main, President.