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Come join us for another great Santa Clara County Parks outdoor series held at Vasona Lake every Saturday through June and July. Co-sponsored by the South Bay Folks volunteers this is the 17th year of the Vasona Vibrations Summer Concert Series. This year we will have a different food truck each weekend to enjoy at the show but you can also bring your own picnic to enjoy!
The Board of Supervisors is pleased to announce Program Two-Round 2 of the All-Inclusive Playground Grant Program (AIPG). The County established the AIPG to provide grants to local cities, school districts, non-profits and/or other governmental entities interested in bringing all-inclusive playgrounds into their communities within Santa Clara County.
Application due date: Friday, August 30, 2019
The Board of Supervisors established the Historic Grant Program (HGP) in 2018 with the purpose of celebrating history in Santa Clara County with a preference for Projects that acknowledge and celebrate untold stories and/or underrepresented/disadvantaged communities.
California State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division administrates a grant program which has provided significant funding to help operate Santa Clara County's Motorcycle Park.
Plan on going out to Uvas Canyon County Park on a weekend or holiday to go hiking, picnicking or any other day use activity? Prepaid parking reservations are required. Visitors will have to book/reserve a parking spot in advance for a $6 vehicle entry fee on weekends and holidays. The reservation process will be in effect starting TODAY 1.26.19 until June or as long as visitation remains high.

To make a reservation during normal business hours, call 1-408-355-2201. You can also use the online reservation system at any time​.

There will be no day use vehicle passes sold at the kiosk, you will be turned away. There are no additional fees when you make your reservation.
94% of Santa Clara County Parks’ visitors are satisfied with their experience in the parks. Check out our Report to the Community to learn who park users are, what they do at parks and their desires for the future.
Santa Clara County Parks & Recreation Department accepts charitable donations to restore and improve our renowned open spaces. Trees, benches, shade structures and other items make great gifts to both your beneficiary and your favorite park.
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