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San Bernardino gets park grant from San Manuel tribe

San Bernardino has received a $1 million grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians that it will use to upgrade Lytle Creek Park and Community Center.

The 18-acre facility at 380 S. K St. has two playgrounds, a walking track with exercise equipment and more than 30 picnic tables, among other amenities, according to a statement on the city’s website.

Community center improvements will include seating upgrades, new flooring and furniture, and construction of a wall that will allow for multiple activities to be held at the same time.

Park improvements will include upgrades to the gazebo and picnic shelters, both popular gathering places during hot weather.

“The renovations to the community center and park amenities will continue to increase park attendance year-round,” said Lydie Gutfeld, director of parks, recreation, and community services, in the statement. “The upgraded center will have the potential to be an after-school hub and provide additional intergenerational programs.”

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