Crocker Drive volunteer

Kimberley Bond, who has lived in Crocker Village for a year, is now delivering Viewpoint to the homeowners on Crocker Drive.

Kimberley lived in Oak Park from 2008 to 2015. She was on the Oak Park Neighborhood Association board of directors for four years. After moves to Yuba City and Grass Valley, her love for Sacramento led her to return to the city with her husband, Steve.

A dedicated bicyclist, Kimberley believes in riding to nearby errands, living by the motto, “If it’s under 5, don’t drive.” She works as a landscape designer, which allows her to put her commitment as a native plant advocate to good use.

Steve Bond is an elite 5k/10k runner. He finished 10th in Run Sac last year at the age of 62.

While looking forward to the completion of the construction across the
street, Kimberley and Steve are enjoying the continuing serenade of the railyard frogs at night.

Written by John Mathews and posted on Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

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