Fairfield Reverses Crime and Neglect in Parkway Gardens (CA)

The quality of life for residents of Parkway Gardens, a private 240-unit condominium community, and the neighboring area declined significantly over several years prior to 2013. Residents didn’t feel safe. The complex had deteriorated, and serious crime reached a disproportionate level.  In 2013, Parkway Gardens was plagued with shootings, illegal drug sales and the traffic that accompanies such activity. Fairfield is located on the I-80 corridor between San Francisco and Sacramento, and Parkway Gardens was becoming a magnet for regional crime. Calls for police service to Parkway Gardens averaged 2.55 per unit during 2013, compared with the rest of Fairfield, which averaged 1.66 calls per household.    Read the article……………


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