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The first phase of the project will be the playground and Upper Meadow, once the community-driven design is finalized a total cost will be determined. Fundraising efforts will range from local donations to state funding grant opportunities. Additional park phases will follow as funds become available.
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The general intent of Old Growth, New Adventures is to preserve the park's natural and cultural resources, improve amenities and create an inclusive, unique, and safe park experience that reflects the spirit of Sequoia Park and Eureka.
In the fall of 2017, a community-driven design process made possible by Redwood Capital Bank began. The project has been gathering community input on all aspects of Sequoia Park including the Upper Meadow (playground, pathways, roadways, parking, etc.), Duck Pond and surrounding areas, and the overall trail systems.
The Sequoia Park Playground and Upper Meadow
Thanks to an initial sponsorship of $10,000 from the Rotary Club of Old Town Eureka, The Humboldt Area Foundation has set up the Sequoia Park and Playground Improvement Fund. This fund provides a mechanism for private donations to support the construction of the new Sequoia Park Playground and Upper Meadow. It also gives businesses, residents, neighborhood groups and park advocates a chance to build community, foster stewardship, and make a difference in Sequoia Park.