Roseville, California underwent the reimagination of Weber Park, which suffers from high crime, poor lighting, and underuse. “Re-Imaging Our Neighborhood Parks” engages residents to improve health and well-being in Downtown Roseville’s core residential neighborhoods of Roseville Heights, Cherry Glenn, and Thieles Manor. They are a part of Invest Health Field Building.

During the Invest Health Field Building year, Roseville seeks to progress their pipeline of projects targeting Weber Park, with specific goals to be under agreement with a developer that expands on their initial vision. They plan to promote broad resident engagement and support and strengthen their development investments as steps toward improving the overall community investment system.

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