TYM4Change is adopting MLK Park

June 23, 2023 / By
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Transitional Youth Mobilizing for Change (TYM4Change) will be adopting Martin Luther King Jr. Park on June 29th. 

Bakersfield Recreation & Parks and Public Works departments awarded 1.5 million dollars for renovations

April 28, 2023 / By
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California Natural Resources Agency awarded the City of Bakersfield Recreation & Parks and Public Works departments 1.5 million dollars for a proposed project to renovate the city-owned green space on the corner of E.

City of Delano begins installing cameras around town to assist with investigations, considers installing more at parks

August 11, 2020 / By

The City of Delano began installing surveillance cameras around town last week as a way to help the police department with investigations.

Assemblyman Rudy Salas to host free self-defense classes this weekend

October 8, 2018 / By
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This weekend, assemblyman Rudy Salas is hosting two free self-defense classes, which will provide participants an opportunity to learn self-defense techniques while gaining valuable information and strategies for avoiding potentially dangerous situations.

Jack Becker talks about bike safety and Bike Bakersfield on In the 661

April 9, 2018 / By
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In this segment of In the 661, Jack Becker of Bike Bakersfield talks about what they are doing in Arvin to improve health outcomes!

County allocates $2M for parks, prioritizing ‘building healthy, safe, forward-thinking’ communities through general plan

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BY: Juan Zuniga

Promising to work toward building healthier, safer communities, Kern County has allocated $2 million for the development and enhancement of parks across Kern County, County Administrative Officer Ryan Alsop announced during a Building Healthy Communities special meeting.