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Our Mission

The mission of Park Safety Services is to provide park guests and park neighbors with a safe and trouble-free environment through:

"Service, Safety and Preservation"

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If you have safety concerns, observations, on-site problems or comments about City parks, please contact Park Ranger Operations.

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Sports Field Status / Sports Fields Maintenance/Granite Skate Park

  • Granite Skate Park is Open
  • Lights are scheduled to come on 10 minutes prior to your start time when scheduled/reserved.

Boat Ramps - Pay Machines

Garcia Bend and Miller Park Launch Ramps are open. Please report non-working pay machines by calling 311.

Park Safety Tips

Important tips for you, your family and friends to have a safe, fun and enjoyable park experience.

Things you can do to keep you and your park safe

  • Be Aware of your surroundings – Be vigilant and aware of where you are and who is around you.
  • Call 911 in an emergency or if using a cell phone call (916) 732-0100.
  • Call the City operator 24/7 at 311 if you are within the City limits to report non-emergency concerns or issues. If outside the City limits, call (916) 264-5011.
  • Do not leave anything visible or valuable in you car, not even in your trunk.
  • Closely supervise your children as they play in the park.
  • Only use park equipment and/or facilities for the intended purpose.
  • On hot days, drink plenty of water.

Walking, Jogging and Biking

  • Own the path, project confidence and strength.
  • Do not wear headphones; they reduce your senses, especially persons approaching from behind. Being able to hear makes you aware of your surroundings.
  • Pedestrians should walk or jog facing oncoming traffic.
  • Go with a friend.
  • Wear proper safety equipment, bright clothing, helmet when biking, proper footwear, etc.
  • Obey all traffic laws and/or trail rules.
  • Trust your instincts. If it does not seem right, request help from others
  • To report emergencies call 911 or (916) 732-0100 from a cell phone. For non-emergencies, call (916) 264-5011.

Hazardous Activities (Swimming and Skating)

  • Skaters - Always wear your helmet and pads - It may prevent you from serious injury and "It's the Law!"


Kid's Don't Float"

"If They are Beyond Arms Reach- They Have Gone too Far"

Make sure they are wearing a PFD (Personal Flotation Device/Lifejacket) - If under 13, it's the Law.

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No Smoking in City Parks

No Smoking Sacramento City Code 12.72.135 prohibits smoking in all City parks. For more information on this ordinance see:

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