ASHLAND CHERRYLAND URBAN GREENING
In 2010, a group of residents interested in addressing community disparities in Ashland/Cherryland pushed for funding to designate Ashland/Cherryland as a
Ashland/Cherryland lacks adequate parks and
open space - with only 1 acre of park
land per 1,000 residents compared to the standard of 10 acres per 1,000 residents.
Ashland/Cherryland is actively creating housing and health plans through the Eden Area Livability Initiative process (EALI).
The Urban Greening Master Plan provides an opportunity to integrate greening objectives into all planning efforts.
There will be several opportunities for community members of all ages to participate from December 2013 to October 2014.
Upcoming events and project milestones will be featured on the HERE!
Currently, we are looking for volunteers who will help lead the neighborhood mapping program. Please call Erick Sanchez at Mandela Marketplace at (510) 433-0993 if you would like to apply for one of these positions.
START A GREENING PROJECT ON YOUR BLOCK!
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO SUPPORT THIS EFFORT?
SHARE YOUR VIEW
With YOUR help,
we will create a plan to improve the sustainability and livability of the Ashland and Cherryland communities.
Alameda County District 4
Supervisor Nate Miley
Association of Bay Area Governments
Health Care Services Agency
Alameda County Dept of Public Health
Hayward Area Recreation Department
Alameda County Planning Department
Alameda County Public Works Dept
This project is supported by The State of California Natural Resource Agency, Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection, Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 84)