Parks Master Plan in Progress
- Parks Master Plan 2018 (Final)
- Environmental Impact Report (EIR)
The new Parks Master Plan was presented and approved by the Board of Supervisors on May 22, 2018. The plan will guide the development of County parks, facilities, programs and amenities into the future and provide innovative and creative ideas to meet the anticipated needs of County residents. Our goal is to continue park improvements that maximize use of open space and engage the community in creative forms of exercise in the out-of-doors for added health benefits, while upgrading our parks ADA and safety standards to meet the needs of a diverse and growing community.
Frank Raines OHV Park is CLOSED for fire season effective Monday, June 18, 2018 until further notice. Campgrounds and Day Use areas will remain open year round.Reservations
As of September 4, 2018, bodily water contact is prohibited now throughout the fall and winter months. Campgrounds and day-use areas will remain open for grounds recreation. The water contact restriction is an effort to remain in compliance with water regulations preserving a local drinking water facility. NO SWIMMING is allowed until spring of 2019.Reservations