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Two New Members Join EBRPD Board of Directors

The East Bay Regional Park District started off the year with two new members on its Board of Directors.
Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve Land Use Plan Amendment Public Meeting

District Acquisition, Stewardship and Development Division is currently preparing a Land Use Plan Amendment for Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve.
Public Input Sought for Park Emergency Plan

The Park District is seeking the public’s comments and suggestions to help create a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Park District Renames Martinez Shoreline for Ted and Kathy Radke

Park District Board of Directors voted to rename Martinez Regional Shoreline in honor of former Board member Ted Rakde and his wife, Kathy.
Park District to Fill Board Vacancy in Ward 7

Park District is now accepting applications to fill a vacancy on its Board of Directors.
Park District Adds 130 Acres in East Contra Costa County

Park District Board of Directors voted Tuesday to acquire two parcels, of 50 & 80 acres, to expand parks in Antioch and Byron.
Public Notice - Board Member Vacancy – Ward 7

The Park Districtmust appoint an individual to fill the vacant position on the Board of Directors representing Ward 7 of the Park District.
Volunteers Needed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

EBRPD invites the public to join in a community clean-up event at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline in Oakland, on Jan. 16, 2017.
Beware Poisonous Mushrooms in East Bay Parks

It is illegal to collect mushrooms, or any plants found in our parks. Pet owners should keep their dogs away from mushrooms.
Swalwell Leads Call To Cut Red Tape For East Bay Shoreline Trail & Levee Repairs

Rep. Eric Swalwell urging the Fish and Wildlife Service to pave the way for urgently needed repairs to trails and levees managed by the Park District.
$2.2 Million Improvement Project OK’d for Black Diamond Mines

Park District Board of Directors unanimously approved plan to improve safety and public access at Hazel-Atlas Mine and museum at Black Diamond Mines.
Reception to Honor Retiring Park District Board Members

Park District invites public to a reception Dec. 1 honoring John Sutter and Doug Siden, who are retiring after a combined 44 years on the District board.