For Immediate ReleaseNovember 18, 2013
Volunteers needed Nov. 23 for installation of new features at Candy’s Park
Working with community representatives over the past year, Marin County Parks landscape architect Nancy Peake created an exciting design that integrates a new play structure and new site furnishings into a more natural landscape. The “pocket” park – just one-tenth of an acre – will get a fresh and green look with features such as a water play rock, a log balance beam, a crawl tunnel log and a rustic-looking play structure.
ldquo;We have had tremendous support from the community and a local mom’s group during the design phase,” Peake said. “Now comes the fun part of bringing the park to life. Working alongside the neighbors makes it even more rewarding.”
Candy’s Park, constructed in 2002, is just off North San Pedro Road east of the Marin County Civic Center. From eastbound North San Pedro, go left on at La Pasada Way and right on Adrian Way. Candy’s Park is on the left.
Nancy PeakeSenior Landscape ArchitectMarin County Parks
3501 Civic Center DriveSuite 260San Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-2865Email: Nancy PeakeMarin County Parks website