Lion’s Park Tree Planting

The Eastside Neighborhood Association is worked with City Parks Department to replace two trees in Lions Park.  These trees they replaced were dead or diseased and removed by park staff. Through ENA efforts a planting party was held, Saturday 26th February 2022. This effort helps us maintain the beauty of Lions Park and our neighborhood.

From one of the volunteers, “There was a very successful project to plant two trees at Lion’s Park this morning. I think the attached picture shows most if not all the volunteers. Also, some good discussion on how to build on this effort, e.g., planting oak trees on Legion Way all the way to Edison.” 

Lions Park Tree Planting Volunteers
Lion’s Park Tree Planting Volunteers

No matter your abilities, knowledge or age, there are opportunities often to get involved within our neighborhood and help build community. If you know of a project, effort or need, feel free to reach out the ENA to get support.

Lions Park – Tree Inventory

The ENA has been notified of the tree inventory of Lions Park. Here is the report and map straight from Sarah Giannobile, Associate Parks Planner. It also shows the future sprayground, with its maintenance access road at the top of the tennis courts, and connector paths.

“We recently received the tree report for Lions Park from the Urban Forester. This report is required as part of the permitting process for the sprayground project but assesses all the trees in the park. We wanted to let you and the ENA know that, based on the recommendation of the Forester, we will be removing one tree in the park because it is diseased and considered high risk. This tree will likely be removed by Parks Maintenance in the future (TBD). The tree is a Norway Maple and is tree #37 on the map below. Please let me know if you have any questions.”

Lions Park Clean Up

Here is a great clean up event organized by some of your neighbors!

When? Check out the Facebook Event page for details.

Meet up at Lions park for an afternoon of hanging with the bros and cleaning up the surrounding area.

Group size should be 5-20 people. All ages. Gloves/garbage bags/buckets/grabbers provided.

Participants invited but not required to dinner and drinks afterward.