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Our goal is to keep the park clean and a safe place to play, walk, sit, we believe our park is our urban oasis, to be shared and appreciated by all Oakland citizens. I Love San Antonio Park, Oakland, CA is a collection of concerned neighbors who volu... Read more
Our goal is to keep the park clean and a safe place to play, walk, sit, we believe our park is our urban oasis, to be shared and appreciated by all Oakland citizens. I Love San Antonio Park, Oakland, CA is a collection of concerned neighbors who volunteer daily to keep the Park a safe and clean place for our children, seniors, and community. We are part of the Keep Oakland Beautiful Program. We as a community as Adopted the Park. We've organized monthly community Clean Ups of the Park and we have various Beautification Projects throughout the year. Mulch the Park 2011 is happening this Oct 8, 15, and 22. We are an ongoing volunteer opportunity for people who love the environment and urban open spaces.
We are a community group associated with Keep America Beautiful/Keep Oakland Beautiful Program. Our focus is San Antonio Park, located in East Oakland, at East 19th Street and border on Foothill Blvd. The park is one of the oldest in the City. At one point the Park's Gazebo was a lighthouse for boats traveling along the San Leandro Bay. We are volunteers who clean up the park monthly, some work on the daily pick up, and beautification projects. The Keep Oakland Beautiful/City Public Works supplies the tools, gloves, bags, trash removal, etc. We the I Love San Antonio Park, recruit and organize volunteers, provide the tools and supplies, bottled water, and follow up (see our Newsletter). Our volunteer group includes individuals, neighbors, non profit community organizations, church communities, the Park and Recreation, and we are growing.