Bike Lodi is a group of bicycle enthusiasts working to promote bicycle tourism in the Lodi region. Their mission is to educate and advocate for the safe use of bicycles as a viable and sustainable means of transportation and enjoyment. They are creating an exceptional cycling community.
Boosters of Boys/Girls Sports (BOBS)
The Boosters of Boys/Girls Sports Organization (BOBS) welcome you and your child to Lodi area youth sports.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department has a unique partnership with the BOBS that dates to 1960. Lodi is a community rich in many values that are derived from participating in recreational and competitive sport programs.
The BOBS are responsible for the volunteers, fundraising, uniforms, policies, and organization of teams for Baseball & Softball, Youth Soccer, Colts Football and Cheerleading, and Comet/Cardinal Basketball.
Meets: Second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm
Kofu Park – 1145 S Ham Lane
Hutchins Street Square Foundation
The Hutchins Street Square Foundation was formed in 1979 in order to pursue funding for what stands today as the “crown jewel” of downtown Lodi.
The ongoing mission of the Foundation Board of Hutchins Street Square is to direct, guide and monitor the continued development and use of the Square and to foster contributions for the educational, cultural and social needs of our entire community.
Annual memberships range from as low as $35 for an individual to $125 for a family.
Save the Grape Bowl
Lodi’s stadium, built in 1940 as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project, has been a center of sporting life in Lodi for decades. Many Lodians have fond memories of their time at the Grape Bowl. The stadium, however, needs renovations to meet modern standards. Some work has already taken place, other work is underway, but more work is needed.
Mailing address for donations:
Lodi Community Foundation
Save the Grape Bowl
P O Box 2278
Lodi CA 95241-2278
Tree Lodi is a community based non-profit created to promote and advocate for the planting, maintenance and preservation of Lodi's urban forest.
If you’re interested in being a member of Tree Lodi, please contact m.me/TreeLodi or call (209) 368-9013.