Everyone is invited to the grand opening of the new dog park at Bixby Park taking place this Saturday, November 4.
When it comes to park programming it’s been an open secret that some areas of the city benefit more from classes and activities while pockets of Long Beach see the park space they do have sit vacant and under-activated....
If you’ve driven down 7th Street toward downtown in the past few years you’ve surely noticed the construction involved in removing one of the city’s most dangerous intersections and replacing it with a park.
Boys and girls ages 7 to 15 can hone their volleyball skills this summer during a three-day camp hosted by the United States Youth Volleyball league, officials announced Tuesday.
Bixby Park is set to receive renovations aimed at activating unused space and increasing safety as a pair of Long Beach City Council members have combined resources to fund some of the upgrades.
Nearly two years ago, students from Third District middle and high schools took part in the city’s first youth participatory budgeting effort where they were able to decide on a project to build in the district using a fixed...
One of the city’s community safety and recreation programs, Be S.A.F.E., won an Award of Excellence by the California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS), city officials announced today.
The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously to approve construction of two artificial turf fields at Admiral Kidd and Seaside parks at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
North Long Beach will usher in the city’s newest park Saturday with a groundbreaking ceremony for C. David Molina Park, which will be located at the intersection of Del Amo Boulevard and Oregon Avenue.
The community is invited to celebrate brand new Swimability improvements made to Alamitos Bay on Sunday, June 26 at 2:00PM at the Bay Shore Swimming Pier, near the Leeway Sailing Center, the city announced today. A new, permanent, measured...