Communities breathe through their open space.
Open space provide opportunities to reflect, recharge and reconnect. Playing at a park, navigating a nature trail, or meditating within a lush green landscape contributes to our quality of life and the character of a community. It is why we create open spaces for people to access the great outdoors, while also preserving and protecting native habitats and natural resources. When people and nature co-exist in open spaces, it is good for the body, mind and soul.
Right Here, Right Now
San Francisco and Irvine Rated Among Nation’s Top 10 Cities for Parks
Connecting Orange County’s Wild Spaces, from the Mountains to the Sea
Hit the Trails
A Sharp Idea to Protect Cacti at the Great Park
A View of Valencia from the Paseos
Making a Great Park Even Greater
Rare San Fernando Valley Spineflower Makes a Comeback