BUY A PARKS PASS
The bridge will be closed from 7 p.m. Friday, 3/27 to 6 a.m. Monday, 3/30 (subject to change). Recommended Alternate Route: Cross the H Street Bridge via University Avenue.
The American River Parkway Foundation is hosting its Spring Clean Up on Saturday, April 11,2015. Register to volunteer to help keep our parks clean and safe!
public review draft of the updated American River Parkway Sign Manual is now available. This
Early Notification Letter provides additional information on how to provide feedback on the manual.
Detour end date will be extended to February 28, 2015. The US Army Corps of Engineers current schedule expects that trail restoration will be completed by late February, pending no additional project delays. Location: South bank bike trail on American River Parkway, where it passes under the Howe Avenue Bridge. View the map on our Facebook page.
The last phase of this levee project includes placing a seepage blanket--a special concrete layer--under the bridge to finish strengthening this section of levee. This bridge crossing area had been a weak spot in the levee that needed strengthening to better protect Sacramento from catastrophic flooding. The project ran into some unexpected delays. Thank you for your patience.
Use caution on trails during the fall/winter seasons. Report issues to the Department by calling 311 or (916) 875-2725. Or fill out our incident report form.
American River Parkway
More than 5 million visitors annually enjoy the 23-mile "jewel of Sacramento".
Sacramento County provides three championship golf courses and one nine-hole executive golf course for the community to enjoy.
Therapeutic Recreation Services
TRS provides therapeutic recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities residing in Sacramento County.
Rangers provide safety and law enforcement services 365 days a year to assist with emergencies and other issues.
Sacramento River Delta
Explore islands, take a picnic, go swimming or fishing, or enjoy world-renowned wind surfing.
Deer Creek Hills
Hike or horseback ride through 4,060 acres of rolling grasslands and oak woodland
Dry Creek Parkway
This 6-mile corridor features a golf course, horse trails, picnic facilities, fishing, soccer fields, and hiking trails.
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