Released by: Sonoma County Regional Parks
For Immediate Release
Public Input Invited for North Sonoma Mountain Park and Preserve Master Plan
Workshop Scheduled for April 27
Santa Rosa, CA – April 19, 2017 – Sonoma County
Regional Parks is developing a master plan for future recreation opportunities
and environmental protections for North
Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve. The plan will serve
as a guide for the park and preserve’s management and will consider the
potential for additional public access, including a trail to the mountain peak.
The public is
invited to learn more and share ideas at a workshop scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m.
April 27 at the Bennett Valley Guild Hall, 4145 Grange Road, Santa Rosa, 95404.
A second workshop will be scheduled this summer.
North Sonoma Mountain is Sonoma
County's newest park. The 820-acre site southeast of Santa Rosa opened in early
2015 and includes a 4-mile segment of the Bay Area Ridge Trail connecting to
Jack London State Historic Park.
The master planning process provides
an opportunity to develop a long-range blueprint for public use and protections
of the park and preserve. For more information, contact Planner Karen
Davis-Brown at (707) 565-2041 or email@example.com.
Meeting notice and maps: http://parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov/uploadedFiles/Parks/About_Us/Project_Details/Master-Plan-Public-Meeting-Notice-4-27-2017.pdf