Park District Reopening Some Parks Previously Closed Due to Winter Storms
See Specific Advisories in Effect Within Open Parks at ebparks.org
The Park District is reopening some Regional Parks previously closed due to winter storms. However, some parks remain closed as park staff continue to assess storm damage and clear debris from parks and trails, including downed trees, falling branches, mudslides, landslides, and flooding.
The public should exercise caution in reopened parks as the ground is highly saturated and some potential safety hazards remain, which cannot be predicted. Some parks areas and trails within opened parks may continue to be closed due to storm damage.
“Thank you to Park District Operations staff, support staff, and all of our first responders for their actions to continue to keep the public safe,” said East Bay Regional Park District General Manager Sabrina Landreth. “We thank the public for its understanding and cooperation as your safety remains our priority.”
Visitors are advised to follow all park signage and warnings, including areas marked closed or taped off for the public’s safety. If an emergency occurs in a closed park or area, public safety personnel and equipment may not be able to respond easily due to road and trail conditions. Anyone entering Regional Parks when closed are also subject to citation or arrest for violation of the Park District’s Ordinance 38.
Visit www.ebparks.org to check individual park status before heading to parks.
Closed Until Further Notice
Specific Advisories Within Opened Parks
All other Regional Parks not listed above are OPEN.
The East Bay Regional Park District is the largest regional park system in the nation, comprising 73 parks, 55 miles of shoreline, and over 1,300 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and environmental education. The Park District receives more than 25 million visits annually throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties in the San Francisco Bay Area.