MEDFORD, Ore.- During Medford’s City Council meeting on February 15th, council members unanimously voted in favor of the funding for the new rogue x sculpture. The approval allows for the sculpture project to transition from the conceptual design phase into ...

NORTH BEND, Ore.- Oregon’s Recreational Immunity Law is seeing some changes after a recent court decision. That’s according to the City of North Bend. Because of a court decision, the scope of the law has been limited, making previously protected ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.- Central Point’s Parks and Recreation reopened the park’s playground the morning of October 30th after it had been closed for a few months. Forest Glen Park’s original playground was built in 1999 and Central Point’s Park Planner ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Several Jackson County parks will be effectively closed to slow the spread of COVID-19. On March 18, Jackson County Parks said they’re immediately implementing several steps to minimize exposure to staff and park users. The following closures ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford’s U.S. Cellular Community Park set a big economic record in 2019. The city of Medford announced Wednesday that U.S. Cellular Community Park has generated over $12 Million in the past year alone. According to the city, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The city of Medford is looking at funding options for the massive $50 million plus aquatics and event center proposal. Parks and Recreation Director Rich Rosenthal presented to the parks commission the funding options available. He says ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– A new addition to southeast Medford is the first-ever developed neighborhood park in that part of the city. A ribbon cutting ceremony Sunday opened Medford’s 28th park – 3.2 acres Village Center Park. The cost was nearly $1.1 ...

MEDFORD, Ore – The city of Medford is moving forward with plans to build a more than $50 million aquatics and event center. However, Medford’s Parks and Recreation Director Rich Rosenthal says it’s still several steps away from final approval. The ...

–UPDATE January 31, 4:35 PM– Ashland Parks and Recreation announced this afternoon that the trees will stay for now. The prospective donor for the project decided the project should be deferred and reconsidered. The donor cited concerns that the project ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —   Dozens of volunteers are getting their hands dirty rebuilding the playground at Bear Creek Park in Medford this week. The playground, first built in 1988, is expanding from 9,500 to 14,000 square feet. They’ve been there all ...

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