San Jose: Investments at Capitol Park Support Healthy, Active Communities
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Capitol Park neighbors now have more opportunities for physical activity and nature play. Kaiser Permanente and the National Recreation and Park Association provided a total of $101,000 for park enhancements that support public health and address the social inequities that affect quality of life. The grants allow the Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services to provide youth and adults with a new outdoor gym that includes a dozen pieces of exercise equipment, six benches, six trash receptacles and eight trees. For more information, contact Justin Long, PRNS Deputy Director, at 408-793-5579.stats

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