SACRAMENTO PARKS WITH FREE WIFI
SACRAMENTO HAS INSTALLED FREE WI-FI IN THESE 12 CITY PARKS WITH MORE TO COME.
The City recently finished installing Wi-Fi at 12 parks in Sacramento which will bring free internet access to those who enjoy the outdoors.
Wi-Fi has been available at three parks — Fremont Park, Brooks-Truitt Park and Bill Conlin Youth Sports Complex — since January 2020.
Part of the City’s public/private partnership with Verizon, the free Wi-Fi is only available during the parks’ hours of operation, which run from sunrise to sunset daily. Wi-Fi hours could extend when special events occur.
“I love working on a project that has tangible benefits for residents of this City,” said project manager Natasha Greer. “When everyone has the same access to technology that allows connection to the world, they are more equipped to perform better in work, school and life.”
Free Wi-Fi is now available at these City of Sacramento parks:
Brooks Truitt Bark Park
Bill Conlin Sports Complex
Carl Johnston Park
South Natomas Park
Garcia Bend Park
To access the Wi-Fi, park visitors need to select “CITY-PARK-FREE-WIFI” as their network on their mobile devices. Once they agree to the terms and conditions, they will be connected to the internet. The Wi-Fi service relies on standard internet equipment and does not use 5G. Informational signage will soon be installed in the parks.