Neighborhood Improvements

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100 Trees in 100 Days

We pledged to plant 100 trees in your neighborhoods within our first 100 days through our Conserve Fresno initiative. In early February, we started planting in Cary Park with neighboring families and met our goal by planting our 100th tree on Earth Day.

Our 100 Trees Breakdown

Cary Park – 10 Trees
Cedar Avenue Corridor – 80 Tress
Robinson Park – 10 Trees

Along with Beautify Fresno, we’ve accomplished various projects throughout our first 100 days such as re-painting addresses for residents with the help of the Fresno State Football team, trimming neighborhood trees, removing graffiti, and picking up over 8,835 pounds of garbage! Due to our success, we are already planning additional beautification efforts and even more tree plantings throughout our district.

Infrastructure Improvements

Completed Infrastructure Improvements

  • Maple Avenue protected bike lane between Shaw and Gettysburg
  • Repaving McKinley from HW168 to Chestnut
  • Repaving Sunnyside Shields to Clinton
  • Repaving Shields from Clovis to Sunnyside
  • Repaving Bullard from First to Cedar
  • Sidewalk repairs in the Rotary Park neighborhood
  • New splash pad at Melody Park
  • New Tollhouse Park playground shade structure, chain link fence, and benches
  • Resurfacing and repainting the Cary Park hockey rink
  • Increased security lighting at Vinland Park
  • New park space in the Wolters Elementary Neighborhood

Pending Infrastructure Improvements

  • Repaving near the Ericson Elementary neighborhood
  • Protected bike lane from Blackstone to Fresno State along Barstow Avenue
  • Increased security lighting at Vinland Park
  • Fresno & Browning traffic signal light
  • Repaving Bullard Avenue from First to Cedar Avenue
  • Concrete repairs in the Garland & Sierra Vista neighborhood
  • Concrete and pavement repairs around Millbrook and Browning
  • Repaving Sierra Vista street from Dakota to Shields
  • City-Wide District 4 segment of the Mid-Town Trail
  • Renovations at the new Bulldog & 6th Community Center