Cardoza Creek Restoration at Tolay Lake Regional Park

What & Why?

Cardoza Creek at Tolay Lake Regional Park was overgrown with invasive vegetation, and large debris such as cars and appliances had been dumped and accumulated over the years.

This project cleared the area and restored Cardoza Creek to its natural state by planting native species and dramatically improving the wildlife habitat.

Restoration Project Completed in August 2013

All trails that had been closed for construction are open and Cardoza Creek has been returned to its natural beauty. 

For more information, see the Project Location Map
(PDF: 1.44 MB)

Contact Information

Karen Davis-Brown, Planner II

Planning Division

Regional Parks
County of Sonoma
Business Hours
Monday – Thursday
7:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Contact us by Phone

Sign up for Planning Updates

Map of Project

Cardoza Creek Restoration 185

Download the Map
(PDF: 1.44 MB)

Tolay Lake Regional Park Master Plan

Learn more

Tolay Lake view from park entrance

Appropriate uses, actions to protect resources, and ways to maintain the Park's heritage.

Office Location

Sonoma County Regional Parks
2300 County Center Drive
Suite 120A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Google Maps™ Directions
511 Public Transit Directions

 

Some content on this page is saved in alternate format. To view these files, download the following software.

Windows Media Player   Windows Media® Player for Windows, Flip4MAC for MAC OSX
Compressed ZIP Archive   WinZip® for downloading compressed files
Return to top of page
Return to top of page