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ParkWatch

ParkWatch

Did you know that the Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District has a Park Watch? We need people like you, our residents, to help us keep eyes on the parks. Please take a moment to download the ParkWatch Report App at www.parkwatchreport.com or from the App Store or Google Play. The ParkWatch Report allows […]

Veterans Day Flag Display on Sunday has been CANCELLED

Veterans Day Flag Display on Sunday has been CANCELLED

Edit: This event has been cancelled due to the poor air quality in the valley.   The Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District will be hosting a Veterans’ Day Flag Display at Depot Park (6730 Front Street at M St.) on Sunday, November 11 from 11:00am-3:00pm. This is the 100th anniversary of the signing […]

Board of Supervisors to Vote on Panhandle Agreement October 16th

Board of Supervisors to Vote on Panhandle Agreement October 16th

At their meeting this Tuesday, October 16th, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors will vote on the Panhandle Tax Exchange agreement with the City of Sacramento. If approved, this will send the issue to LAFCO, the Local Agency Formation Commission for Sacramento. LAFCO (where Supervisor Sue Frost also serves as a commissioner) will have the […]

RLERPD Announces “Park Watch Report” App

RLERPD Announces “Park Watch Report” App

Do you walk in our parks? Do your children play in our parks? Do you come to the parks to play pickle ball, watch a ball game, walk your dog? If so you are the perfect person to use the Park Watch Report.  On Monday, October 1st the Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District […]

Northbrook Park Grand Opening

Northbrook Park Grand Opening

The Rio Linda Elverta Recreation and Park District is excited to announce the opening of their newest playground. Located in Northbrook Park at 2811 Tourmaline Way in Antelope, CA, this playground structure has been eagerly anticipated for some time by the Northbrook community. The ribbon cutting will take place on Tuesday, July 24 at 6:00pm […]

Homegrown: Mark Lee of the Village People is a Rio Linda Native

Homegrown: Mark Lee of the Village People is a Rio Linda Native

Mark Lee intended to become an architect after college, but he landed a gig in the early ’80s as a construction worker who sang disco songs and drew legions of fans nationwide. Now a Cathedral City, CA resident, Lee shook his booty as a member of the Village People, whose hits included “Macho Man,” “In […]

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