Low Income Annual Passes Offered Free of Charge

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Regional Parks is excited to announce that qualifying residents can now receive a Low Income Annual Pass free of charge thanks to a partnership with Danny Wimmer Presents, the company that puts on the Annual Aftershock Music Festival at Discovery Park.

This sponsorship program takes effect today, March 1, and will run through the end of ​the year.

“I am pleased to have been able to assist in brokering this deal with Danny Wimmer Presents,” said First District Supervisor, Phil Serna. “This partnership represents a great deal of value for folks who use our parks, most notably the American River Parkway, as their principal source of recreation, especially folks who may not have backyards or easy access to the outdoors aside from the Regional Parks system.”

Prior to this partnership, Low Income Annual Passes cost $12 each and Low Income Annual Passes for a vehicle with a trailer, including boat trailers, were $50 each.

“Danny Wimmer Presents has been a fantastic partner for Regional Parks for more than ten years,” said Liz Bellas, Director of Regional Parks. “We’re very excited to grow this partnership and so thankful to Danny Wimmer Presents for helping to bring greater access to our park facilities to our lower income park patrons.”

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