Paradise Recreation and Park District
FALL & WINTER CLASSES
CHANGE by Mike Trinca, District Manager
There are a few things on the horizon for the Paradise Recreation and Park District that will be done differently in the near future
and one of them is this Activities Guide. With the Paradise Post no longer printing in our area, the PRPD Activities Guide will no
longer be inserted in the Paradise Post for distribution. This will mean that more individuals will need to depend on the District’s
web-page (paradiseprpd.com) for program information. The PRPD Activities Guide is still going to be available in hard copy but
not distributed in the high number as before. The District is also planning to expand its social media presentations to keep its
patrons informed and up to date on District programs and developments.
With minimum wage increases and the continual raise in the cost to do business, the District is planning to start a District membership
program to help create a new revenue source and to provide a savings to patrons that participate in a variety of programs.
Hopefully this business plan will be successful and well received by our citizens.
Programs? Check it out. This brochure is full of new and exciting activities, programs and events for our Ridge patrons to enjoy.
Some familiar program names and some new, but every one of them uniquely designed in a new and exciting manner to create
a fun and enjoyable experience.
The District is planning to complete Crain Park in Concow this year with a playground, restrooms, group picnic facility, parking
area and landscape. Lakeridge Park will hopefully see a new entrance road and parking area as part of the second phase of
development. Completion of the Noble Park Master plan is also planned for the 2015-16 fiscal year. We are currently in the
process of ordering a new slide for the swimming pool to be installed this winter. Staff is working on submitting a grant for a new
trail at Coutolenc Park that would allow individuals the opportunity to walk from Coutolenc Road to the West Branch of Feather
River. Also, you will see less green in the parks as the District continues to reduce turf areas to decrease water usage.
We have also invited Santa and his Reindeer to meet us at the Ice Rink this year! Yes, the real Reindeer with the real Santa.
RC Crawler Track at Bille Park
We Create Community and Quality of Life
Through People, Parks and Programs
Enhance Your Community
Through Planned Giving
If you would like to establish an endowment to help fund recreation programming or park development,
or contribute to the existing
Paradise Recreation &
Park District at 872-6393.
View the Master Plan for Lakeridge Park
If you desire to leave a living legacy...build a park!
The Paradise Recreation and Park District is planning several future parks that need essential funding, call us today at 872-6393
CREATE YOUR LEGACY NOW
CREATE RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES
…by making donations to the
Paradise Recreation & Park
District Children’s Scholarship
Program Fund. Please help provide
for Ridge youth who would like to
participate in recreation classes or sports programs, but may be limited by income restrictions. For more information call Sally Higbee, Recreation Supervisor
at 872-6393. We would like to thank everyone that has helped us in our fundraising efforts, especially the following: