After initial acquisition new land goes through a series of processes and public reviews. These studies and reports are reviewed and eventually accepted by the park board of Directors. They become the foundation and guidelines for park development. Below are abbreviations or definitions used in planning reports.
LUP - Land Use plan. This plan done once lays the foundation for all future development or planning
LUPA - Land Use Plan Amendment. Adds to or Amends previous plan(s)
Resource Analysis - Formal plans approved before the development of the LUP report template.
Neg Dec - Negative Declaration report
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
NOD - Notice Of Determination
NOE - Notice of Exemption
EIR - Environmental Impact Report, follows federal Guidelines
CEQA - California Environmental Quality Act, now supersedes stringent form of the federal EIR report
Checklist Amendment - An abbreviated process to quickly open new park lands to the public. Not applicable to many parks.
Other public plans not listed may be available. Inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org referring to Archive Land Use Reports.
See Park Planning for Current projects, or District Master Plan for the most recent the plans used to guide the entire District. See also Land Use Plans in Process for more information on procedures to develop and open new park lands.
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LUP, Crockett 2005
Dry Creek Pioneer
Garin & Dry Creek Pioneer
Las TrampasResource Analysis 1991
LUP and EIR 1993
Checklist Am. 2000
Leona CanyonLUP 1999
See Las Trampas
Martin Luther KingResource Analysis 1976
Estuary Plan NOD 2003
No LUP yet written