Three years ago, neighbors mobilized and planted 100 trees on the perimeter of La Plancha. All that work has paid off.
Oxxo, the convenience store chain, will invest about 200 million pesos over the next five years to maintain Parque Flamboyanes in Col. Juan Pablo II, west of the city.
The Gran Parque la Plancha group fears the state has already sold off part of the 60-acre parcel that various groups and neighbors have envisioned as a new green space.
Dining under the stars is one of life’s great pleasures. So is a sidewalk stroll, or a walk in the park. Somehow, these pursuits have collided. Literally.
Following a protest at a city park that sacrificed green grass for concrete, a young Green party member has gotten full support for a resolution urging municipalities to change their ways.
The tourism department installed giant conjoined chair in Santa Lucia Park on Thursday, and visitors have been taking the bait ever since.
By the end of next month, officials will release a final draft plan to convert a 20-acre vacant rail yard into a Central Park-like green space.
Every Thursday, the Hidalgo Park Collective sets up shop, offering their beautiful artworks in the open air. To them, it’s just the beginning.
The first of its kind in southeastern Mexico, Peek Park has been officially inaugurated, opening a free interactive fun zone for dogs at the Paseo Verde.
Calle 60, from the Government Palace to the Santa Ana Park, should ban vehicular traffic every day at 8 p.m. That’s the latest proposal from a restaurant trade group, Canirac, that has been working with state tourism officials.