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Help spread the word on how California is expanding outdoor access for all!

California State Parks will be providing $548.3 million in grant funding to more than 100 communities to deliver new parks and advance the Newsom Administration’s California Outdoors for All initiative to enable all Californians to access parks and open space. This is the single-largest investment in state history in expanding access to parks in underserved communities, with new or enhanced parks funded in every region of California.

Awarded through the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program, this competitive grant program creates new parks and new recreation opportunities in underserved communities across California.

Our California Outdoors for All toolkit features resources to spread awareness about the initiative and the importance of equal access to the outdoors. The toolkit includes items such as social media graphics and messages, photos of before/after previously funded projects by the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program, a press release and more.

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Before-and-After Photos: Projects funded by the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program:

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HASHTAGS

  • #CAOutdoorsForAll -- #AccesoAlAireLibreParaTodosCalifornia
  • #LetsGetOutsideCA -- #SalgamosAlAireLibreCalifornia
  • #ThisIsCA -- #EstoEsCalifornia

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  • Your health counts! Spending time in the outdoors can help improve the physical, mental and social health of ALL Californians. Under the #CAOutdoorsforAll initiative, today California invested $548.3 million in grants to 100+ communities to expand all Californians’ access to parks, open space, nature and cultural amenities. 

    Cities such as Fresno, Hanford, Indio, Coachella, Cathedral City, Los Angeles, and Redding will be receiving approximately $8.5 million each to create new parks. Other examples include $8.48 million to the Big Sur Land Trust for the new Carr Lake Park in Salinas, $5 million to the City of Berkeley for the new Santa Fe Trackbed Park, and $7.1 million to the City of Chula Vista for the renovation of Eucalyptus Park. Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA
  • Thanks to the collective efforts of the Newsom Administration, California Legislature and @CAStateParks, today $548.3M was awarded to cities, counties and organizations to expand all Californians’ access to parks, open space, nature and cultural amenities. 

    Cities such as Fresno, Hanford, Indio, Coachella, Cathedral City, Los Angeles, and Redding will be receiving approximately $8.5 million each to create new parks. Other examples include $8.48 million to the Big Sur Land Trust for the new Carr Lake Park in Salinas, $5 million to the City of Berkeley for the new Santa Fe Trackbed Park, and $7.1 million to the City of Chula Vista for the renovation of Eucalyptus Park. Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA #CAOutdoorsforAll
  • Did you know that 1 out of every 4 Californians do not have a public park or open space within walking distance of their home? California is committed to providing #CAOutdoorsforAll. Today California announced that more than 100 communities will increase access to the outdoors thanks to $548.3M in @CAStateParks grants. Recipients of these grants will create new parks or renovate existing ones, contributing to a better quality of life for Californians who seek the outdoors to improve their physical, mental and social health! Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA #CAOutdoorsforAll
  • Improving access at park-poor neighborhoods -- @CAStateParks today awarded $548.3 million in grants to create new parks throughout the state. The grants through the #CAOutdoorsforAll initiative help bring equitable access to nature, culture and history to more than 100 communities. Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA
  • Parks are coming near you! To expand the number of public parks and open spaces within walking distance to one’s home, today California announced an investment of $548.3 million in grants to create parks closer to where Californians live. Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA #CAOutdoorsforAll

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  • Spending time in the outdoors can help improve the physical, mental & social health of ALL Californians. Under the #CAOutdoorsforAll initiative, today the state invested $548.3M in grants to 100+ communities to expand all Californians’ access to the outdoors. Learn more.
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  • Thanks to the collective efforts of @CAgovernor, California Legislature & @CAStateParks, today $548.3M was awarded to 100+ cities, counties & organizations to expand all Californians’ access to parks, open space, nature and cultural amenities. Learn more.
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  • 1 of every 4 Californians don’t have a public park w/i walking distance of their home. CA is committed to providing #CAOutdoorsforAll. Today CA announced that 100+ communities will receive $548.3M in @CAStateParks grants to create new parks. Learn more.
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  • Improving access at park-poor neighborhoods. @CAStateParks awards $548.3M in grants to create new parks throughout the state. The grants through the #CAOutdoorsForAll initiative help bring equitable access to nature, culture & history to 100+ communities. Learn more.
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  • Parks are coming near you! To expand the number of public parks & open spaces within walking distance to one’s home, CA today announced an investment of $548.3M in grants to create parks closer to where Californians live. #CAOutdoorsForAll Learn more.
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MESSAGES FOR ASSEMBLYMEMBERS/SENATORS

  • I’m excited to announce XX District today received $XX million to increase access to the outdoors in our communities through California State Parks’ (TAG) Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program. These projects like PROVIDE EXAMPLE(S) will help contribute to a better quality of life through local parks to improve their physical, mental and social health! Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA #CAOutdoorsforAll
  • Today, we’re thrilled to share with you that your District XX was part of the $548.3M awarded by California State Parks’ (TAG) Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program – helping create new parks in communities! These outdoors spaces can help improve your health, spur local workforce development, economic growth and climate resistance. Learn more.
    #LetsGetOutsideCA #ThisIsCA #CAOutdoorsforAll