For Immediate ReleaseMarch 08, 2018
Public input welcomed by Open Space District as plan for 2018-19 takes shape
San Rafael, CA – Marin County Parks has released its proposed 2018-19 Road and Trail Work Plan for its open space preserves and will present the draft plan to the Parks and Open Space Commission on March 15.
In its current draft, introduced online on March 5, the plan includes nine projects. The common thread these projects share is that they are designed to meet the three goals of the Road and Trail Management Plan: reduce environmental impacts, improve the visitor experience and safety, and maintain a sustainable trail system. The following roads and trails are targeted for various improvements in 2018-19:
“This year’s draft work plan encompasses a wide variety of road and trail improvements throughout Marin,” said Jon Campo, Senior Natural Resource Planner with Parks. “We worked with community members and staff to identify the projects, each important for resource enhancement and the visitor experience. As the projects move through the various phases of the planning process, we look forward to engaging the public through conversations and map review.”
Jon CampoSenior Natural Resource PlannerMarin County Parks
Marin Civic CenterSuite 260San Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-2686Email: Jon CampoMarin County Parks website