Let's Protect the
San Joaquin River Gorge
Fresno Building Healthy Communities supports access to clean, safe parks and outdoor green space and recreational opportunities for everyone! However, for most Fresnans, access to quality outdoor space is few and far between.
That’s why it’s important to protect our most precious assets including places like the San Joaquin River Gorge and other public lands that the community is known to enjoy.
Help Launch Calwa Park Into the Future
What programs or features do you think will help make Calwa Park better? Share your ideas and feedback to help inform the Calwa Park Master Plan and help launch Calwa Park into the future.
DACA Renewal Scholarships are
Thanks to the generosity of private donors, Fresno Building Healthy Communities is offering scholarships to pay for your DACA renewal application fee if you meet the eligibility criteria. Learn more about the scholarship and fill out the online application today.
Our Offices are Closed Until Further Notice
Fresno Building Healthy Communities has fully transitioned to work remotely in order to do our part to slow down and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Our offices will remain closed until further notice. In the meantime, we encourage you to stay safe and join the collective efforts to flatten the curve.
In the News: People Power Leads to $6.6M Park Investment in Fresno
Investment is coming to Calwa Park! Fresno Building Healthy Communities, in partnership with Friends of Calwa, Inc and Calwa Recreation and Park District, is pleased to announce that Calwa Park will benefit from a $6.6 million grant awarded by California Department of Parks and Recreation Statewide Park Program. Fresno Building Healthy Communities is only one of two award recipients in Fresno County and the only in the City of Fresno.