What & Why?
Sonoma County Regional Parks Department completed the master planning process for Tolay Lake Regional Park. The Master Plan identifies appropriate uses, actions to protect natural and cultural resources, and ways to maintain the Park’s agricultural heritage.
The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, Sonoma Land Trust, and Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District were critical partners in the master planning process.
Regional Parks has applied for a grant to build a loop trail providing access to the newly opened southern area of the park, including a bridge over Tolay Creek, and way-finding and interpretive signage.
Additionally, the Master Plan outlines several improvements to the infrastructure which will commence in the coming year, including new gates, signage, and equestrian staging, as funding is available.