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Wearing green safety vests, a new team of 20 Parks & Rec men and women formed a public health and safety task force to ensure that Richmond’s James River Park remains a safe place for families and residents of all ages.
They say that when you visit a park, you should leave nothing but footprints and take nothing but memories. It may be a vision, a donation, or time spent volunteering – but what will you do to create your memory in the James River Park?
It’s Spring, a beautiful, sunny day with mild temperatures, and you’re itching to get outside. That’s fine, and there’s a ton you can do to enjoy the weather, but you have to be smart about it.
If you’re like us, you’re practicing social distancing right now. But do you know what might help you avoid those gatherings, a doctor’s visit, and preserve your mental health? A good dose of the Great Outdoors.
Have you been wondering what’s going on with the Pump House? April 18th is your chance to find out!
In addition to being a Board Member for the Friends of James River Park, Greg Velzy the Founder of the James River Outdoor Coalition, Chair of the Falls of the James River, and more. Why is he so busy? Because his 50 years in Richmond have made him fall in love with our Park.