Economic Assistance Program
Sequoia Park Zoo is dedicated to sharing its mission of inspiring conservation of the natural world with all who wish to visit our zoo. For those who find our admission prices unaffordable, there are some alternatives to consider:
- Every Wednesday admission is half-price
- Zoo admission is waived during for our sponsored Free Days (2-3 days/year)
- Many disadvantaged community members are served through the Zoo Economic Assistance Program (ZEAP) which provides opportunities to visit Sequoia Park Zoo for free through an eligible service organization or agency (see list below). Clients of the following service organizations/agencies should inquire with their serving agency about a free zoo visit through the ZEAP program.
Other organizations or agencies not listed below which serve individuals with financial, behavioral or physical limitations may also be eligible for this program.
- Do the clients served by your organization have special needs that would require the assistance or supervision of one of your employees to facilitate their visit to the zoo? If yes, please click here to download an application for a group listing.
- Do the clients you work with meet the Federal guidelines for living at or below the poverty level? If yes, please click here to download an application for complimentary tickets.
If these criteria do not apply and/or you would like more information, please call (707) 441-4263.
Applications may be turned in at any time of year, however the program is renewed following the fiscal year of July 1 – June 30. Therefore, ALL applicants need to submit a new application every June for reconsideration.
2012-2013 Approved Agencies
- CASA of Humboldt
- Pacific Child and Family Association
- Glen Paul School – Ridgewood Special Day Class
- Crestwood Behavioral Health Centers (includes Mental Health Rehabilitation Center, Bridge House & Courtyard Community)
- Remi Vista
- Community and Employment Links
- Changing Tides Family Services
- Northcoast Children’s Services
- Humboldt County Mental Health – Comprehensive Community Treatment (CCT)
- RCAA – Multiple Assistance Center (MAC) and Transitional Living Program (TLP) Family Shelter
- Butler Valley
- Multiplicity Therapeutic Services
- Humboldt Community Access & Resource Center (HCAR)
- Redwood Independence
- Alternative Response Team (Humboldt County Community Health System)
- Humboldt County DHHS – Child Welfare Services
- Nurse Family Partnership
- Eureka Adult Day Health & Alzheimer’s Center
- RCAA – Youth Services Bureau
- Jaz Kids
- Chance 4 Change
- Gaining Ground
- Community Cornerstone
- Bungalow Support Services
- Granada Rehabilitation and Wellness Center
- Loleta Boys & Girls Club
- Halo Haven Care Home
- Boys & Girls Club of the Redwoods
- Radiant Living
- Transitional Residential Treatment Facility
- Environmental Alternatives FFA
- Making Headway
- California Mentor
- Alcohol & Drug Care Services
- Starfish Hero
- Quality Behavioral Outcomes
- North Coast Veterans Resource Center