Come out for Frazier Mountain Park

  • [Landscape drawings by Michelle Walker]

    [Landscape drawings by Michelle Walker]

Park Meeting #2
Thursday, Oct. 14, 6:30 p.m.
Frazier Mtn. Park Community Center


By Marcy Axness, TME

The Park Meeting #1 on September 14 was equal parts grant primer and pep rally. There was plenty of community passion expressed for reviving Frazier Mountain Park, and a list of instructional points offered by Kern County General Services facilities administrator Carl Brewer.

He discussed the best strategies for framing the grant proposal his department will submit on behalf of the park, aimed at securing a two to three million dollar grant from Proposition 68 funds.

Of ten criteria the proposal must meet to score competitive points (to maybe beat our two Kern County grant competitors, Lake Buena Vista and Kern Lake Campgrounds), the one in play this Thursday evening is #4—Design Input. All suggestions for features in the new park design must come from …(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

Existing Dry Pond


Medium Water Feature

This is the map prepared by Kern County park planner Don Woodard in 2016 to show placement of proposed amenities in the park. A vote will be taken at the Oct. 14 meeting.

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