FRRPD invites you to participate in the Districts Make the Difference 2019 Student Video Contest! All high school and college students are invited to create a fun and informative 60-90 second video highlighting how special districts make the difference for California’s communities.
In November, the five highest scoring videos will be featured on the Districts Make the Difference website and the public will vote for their favorite video. The top three vote-winners will receive scholarship prizes:
- First Place: $2,000
- Second Place: $1,000
- Third Place: $500
The 2019 Student Video Contest is a great opportunity for high school and college students to showcase their video skills and learn about their local special districts. Don’t miss out on the chance to have your district highlighted in a winning video!
Deadline: September 30th, 2019
Click here to submit your video!
The Feather River Rec & Park District is looking for feedback from people who have visited our parks and utilized our services during recent times. The link below is attached to an eight (8) question survey and your answers will be used to guide our decision-making process on issues like illegal camping, park maintenance, security and new amenities. Please participate by clicking Take this Survey below and then choosing one or more answers from the list of possible answers for each question. Comments are appreciated and space is provide for write-in answers.
Director, FRRPD Board of Directors
FRRPD is working with other organizations to come up with a childcare plan for the Butte County area following the disaster. If your family has been affected by the Camp Fire OR you are an employer and your staff has been affected by the Camp Fire, please take a moment to complete a survey so we can better assess childcare needs. Help Us Help You!
FRRPD Camp Fire Relief Efforts
In November 2018, the Camp Fire swept through Butte County. Smoke clouded the skies for miles, which only added to the gloom. By the time the flames were out, over 153,000 acres had burned, displacing thousands of people.
From the day that the fire sparked, Feather River Recreation & Park District asked themselves, “How can we help?” We answered this question by opening Nelson Sports Complex to displaced families and animals. We also opened our Activity Center to allow folks to shower. With our donated soap, hygiene supplies, and fresh towels from Cintas, fire victims were able to feel a little more human again.
Unfortunately, the smoke got so thick in our gymnastics facility that it became a hazard to our athletes. FRRPD rented air purifiers, and gymnastics programs were able to resume within a few days. We are very grateful for the generosity of the North Valley Community Foundation for helping to defray some of these expenses. With their help we were able to focus on helping the fire victims. Now that the smoke has cleared, we look forward to contributing to this resilient
The 2019 Activity Guide is here! Click below for the electronic version. Printed copies are available at the FRRPD Activity Center.