If you've been to the park this week, you may have noticed far fewer caterpillars. They have now formed cocoons, which are visible on the tree bark. Tussock moths will emerge from the cocoons in about two weeks, returning to them in September to lay their eggs. The eggs remain dormant throughout the winter. During that period, the Parks Department will apply a treatment that prevents the eggs from hatching. This should significantly reduce the caterpillar population next spri
We are thrilled to say, after many months of hard work, with the support of our Councilmember, Don Rocha, and the willing collaboration of the San Jose Parks Department, we received notification this afternoon that our Thousand Oaks Park development project has been approved! We still need to meet with Parks Department personnel to sign necessary legal documents, after which we will work together with the Parks Department, our contractor, and the volunteer coordinator to sche
April 15 is the last day to make a donation for inclusion on the Thousand Oaks Park donor recognition sign. It is also the last day to make changes/additions to your name if you have already donated. Please contact me for further information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A recognition sign will be created for permanent display in the park, listing all donors to the Thousand Oaks Park Fund. Donations will be grouped as follows: Woodland Donors (under $500) Park Founders ($500-$999) Heritage Founders ($1000-$2499) Legacy Founders ($2500+) Corporate Donors Although the San Jose Parks Foundation website will remain open indefinitely, donations must be received by April 15 for inclusion on the recognition sign. Any changes to personal information