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One of the parks is a three-acre site on Stone Point Drive in the city’s Stoneridge area. The second Park is eight acres and is located next to Fiddyment Farm Elementary School, 4001 Brick Mason Circle.

Roseville residents can help name two new parks

Published: Saturday, Jul. 19, 2014 - 12:54 pm

Roseville is accepting residents’ suggestions for the names of two new parks until 5 p.m. July 29. One of the parks is a three-acre site on Stone Point Drive in the city’s Stoneridge area. The second Park is eight acres and is located next to Fiddyment Farm Elementary School, 4001 Brick Mason Circle.

Both parks include play areas for children and shaded picknicking spots. The Fiddyment Farm park also includes sports fields and a perimeter walkway. Residents must submit names to the City Clerk’s Office, 311 Vernon St., on forms that are available online at www.roseville.ca.us/parks and at the City Clerk’s Office. The city’s Park Naming Subcommittee will review the submissions and forward its recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City Council.

Info: www.roseville.ca.us/parks

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