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Emerson Park Tot Lot

Lodi Lions are major sponsors of this park.  Over the years we built the picnic shelter and BBQ, installed paving stones and support various projects at the Park.  In 2018, due to fantastic fundraising support from the community, we have installed a new Tot Lot to supplement the existing playground for older children,.  The Tot Lot - for ages 2-5 - is located south of picnic shelter.  Construction was completed November 20, 2018.  Check out the photos below!

In 2019 we participated in the Love Lodi event. Along with some community volunteers, we added 50 cubic yards of wood chips to the tot lot and helped another group at Van Buskirk Park.

First Users! Nov. 20, 2018
Getting the Final Inspection - we passed!
Custom Sign
RJQ workers poured the main footings and dug the remaining holes Wed. Nov. 7, 2018
A great crew on Saturday Nov. 3 assembled the main decks.
Sat. Nov. 3 - the beginning of assembling the playground equipment.
Excavation is done! (Oct. 23, 2018)
Our newest Lion at his new home. (Oct. 18, 2018)
Project Manager Richard Prima and new friend. (Oct. 18, 2018)
Watch your toes! (Oct. 18, 2018)
Lion on the move - many thanks to Lodi Electric Utility, the folks with the big toys to lift the 5,400 lb. lion. (Oct. 18, 2018)
Cutting the concrete wall to allow access at ground level. (Oct. 1, 2018)
Removing soil and chips; chips will be replaced at ground level. Loader and operator donated by RJQ Landscape. City Parks hauled soil and chips for reuse elsewhere. (Oct. 11, 2018)
Early 2017 donation, one of the first! (l-r) Darlene Carrera, Lions 2nd VP; Ellen Ashbaugh, Lions Director; Bob Quenzel, Lions President; Shaina Hale, Mark Massa and Monica Guiterrez, Summit Funding
Groundbreaking, 7/11/18 (l-r) Cathi DeGroot, Lodi Parks; Darlene Carrera, Lions VP; Ellen Ashbaugh, Lions VP; Scott Meyer & son, Lions President; Jeff Hood, Lodi Parks; Steve Schwabauer, City Manager

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