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The Acquisition, Stewardship, and Development Division oversees land acquisition with the goal of protecting habitat and closing regional trail gaps; developing trails and facilities to make parklands safe and welcoming; and managing natural and cultural resources. Other responsibilities include land use and trail planning efforts, maintaining the Geographic Information System (GIS), and mitigating impacts of climate change.


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Regional Trails

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Environmental Notices

  • All of EBRPD's environmental notices are posted pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) on the State Clearinghouse website.

Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve Land Use Plan Amendment

Land Use Plan Amendment Key Goals

  • Open +5,000 acres, bringing the total land in the Regional Preserve to just under 10,000 acres.
  • Open two staging areas: one in the Northern Planning Area and one in the Southern Planning Area.
  • Open two access areas with off-street parking
  • Open five trail heads with multi-use entry points
  • Open +25 miles of trails
  • Establish the 5,444-acre Northern Planning Area and the 4,199-acre Southern Planning Area as separate park units
    Land Use Plan Amendment (LUPA) & Environmental Impact Review EIR Timeline  

Additional Resources
Please visit the Black Diamond Mines Land Use Plan for background information and a brief history of the site.

Please contact Chantal Alatorre at CAlatorre@ebparks.org or (510) 544-2333 for additional information or to be added to the project contact list. 


Thurgood Marshall Regional Park (Concord Hills Regional Park) Land Use Plan

Key Goals

  • Open +2, 500 acres of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station as an outstanding new regional park.
  • Develop and manage the new park for protection, enhancement and restoration of natural resources, and reduce risk of wildfire.
  • The Regional Park will benefit the overall landscape character of the parklands and specific cultural and historic resources.
  • Complete gaps in regional trails networks, provide a range of recreational trails throughout the Park, and facilitate and encourage pedestrian, bicyclist and public transit access to the site.
  • Develop and manage recreational, educational facilities that offer a range of opportunities to experience the unique natural, cultural, social and military history of the parklands site.
  • Establish a historical interpretation program and visitor center in partnership with the National Park service and other stakeholders.

Timeline
The Concord Hills Land Use Plan community process began in 2017; in October 2019, the Plan and Environmental Impact Report were released to the public. Public adoption hearings at the Park District Board of Directors begins on December 5, 2019, the official comment period ended on December 6, 2019. The adoption and park naming process continued through Spring, 2020.

Additional Resources
See the CHRP project webpage for all recent documents—the LUP, the Environmental Impact Report, and more:
For more information, or to receive a printed copy of the Concord LUP, please contact Devan Reiff at (510) 544-2325 or dreiff@ebparks.org


Southern Las Trampas Wilderness Land Use Plan Amendment

LUPA Key Goals

  • Open up land banked properties within the 756-acre project area.
  • Provide 2 additional park access points, including a 25-car staging area along Bollinger Canyon Road and a trailhead with on-street parking.
  • Provides ~5 miles of new multi-use trails.
  • Connect San Ramon and Danville to Las Trampas.
  • Close gaps in Calaveras Ridge Trail.

LUPA and EIR Timeline

2017 - Internal data gathering and planning; botanic and wildlife surveys; a community meeting was held on June 7, 2017.

2019 - CEQA was process initiated; release of a Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report; ongoing LUPA preparation.

2021 - Draft LUPA & EIR expected to be completed. LUPA and EIR will be presented to the Board of Directors for approval and certification.

Additional Resources

Please visit the Southern Las Trampas Wilderness Land Use Plan Amendment webpage for background information and a brief history of the site.

Please contact Kim Thai at kthai@ebparks.org or (510) 544-2320 for additional information or to be added to the project contact list.

Download: Notice of Preparation and Initial Study - August 2019 (398 pp.)
Download:
Community Meeting Summary - June 7, 2017 (1 pg.)
Link:
Community Meeting Presentation - June 7, 2017


Other Plans, Projects and Environmental Review

In addition to land use plans, the Park District prepares a range of documents covering District-wide plans, feasibility studies, restoration and resource management plans, and emergency repair projects. The Park District evaluates the environmental impact of planned projects in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and prepares the appropriate CEQA documentation for public review.


Albany Beach Habitat Restoration and Public Access Project

Watch the Virtual Celebration of the Completion of the Albany Beach and SF Bay Trail Project on July 18, 2020.

The Albany Beach Restoration and Public Access Project is located in McLaughlin Eastshore State Park between Buchanan Street and Gilman Street. The McLaughlin Eastshore State Park General Plan was adopted in 2001. The plan identified a number of park improvements for the Albany waterfront area. In 2011 the District completed a study to evaluate the feasibility of these improvements and to include the public in the project scoping and planning process (Albany Beach Restoration and Public Access Feasibility Study, January 2011).

The Project is being constructed in three phases. Phase One construction was completed in 2015. It reconstructed 1,800 linear feet of shoreline on the south side of Albany Neck to protect water quality and preserve and enhance public access. Phase I shoreline work also implemented living shoreline principles identified in the San Francisco Bay Sub-tidal Habitat Goals Report. These features include bird roosting islands, tide pools, a small pebble beach, and an oyster shell reef. These features have boosted the ecological value of the site for fish and shorebirds and have greatly enhanced shoreline protection and resiliency.

Phases 2 and 3 of the project were scheduled for construction in 2018 and 2019: Phase 2 includes beach and dune enhancement, and construction of a non-motorized watercraft launch, restroom, parking and approximately 800 feet of new San Francisco Bay Trail at Albany Beach; Phase 3 will result in construction of 4,200 feet of new San Francisco Bay Trail on the shoreline between Albany Beach and Gilman Street. The project is supported by numerous grants including $1 million from Alameda County Transportation Commission Measure B. See Alameda County Transportation Commission website for more information on Measure B: http://www.alamedactc.org/.

Download: Construction Update - October 2020 (2 pp.)
Download:
Construction Update - April 2020 (2 pp.)
Download: Board Presentation of Project - July 2018 (30 pp.)


Bay Point Restoration and Public Access Project

The Bay Point Restoration and Public Access Project was completed in December 2020. Park improvements included with the project include habitat restoration, addition of potable water, restroom upgrades, trail and accessibility improvements, and interpretive panels & overlooks. » Bay Point Virtual Re-Opening Celebration


Coyote Hills Restoration and Public Access Project (Patterson Ranch)

In 2014 the Park District, through the Regional Parks Foundation, received its largest ever land donation at Patterson Ranch securing Coyote Hills Regional Park from the threat of urban development and expanded the park by approximately 25 percent. The donation, valued at more than $14 Million, was the result of more than 25 years of negotiations between General Manager Robert E. Doyle and the Patterson family. The Friends of Coyote Hills, Citizens’ Committee to Complete the Refuge, and other local stakeholders were actively involved in opposing multiple residential development proposals at the Patterson Ranch.

Over the past two and half years the Park District has held 9 public meetings including two planning workshops in the City of Fremont to seek input on amending the Coyote Hills Regional Park Land Use Plan. On September 3, 2019 the Board of Directors authorized the certification of the Final Environmental Impact Report, adopted findings pursuant to CEQA, a Statement of Overriding Considerations, and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and approved the Coyote Hills Regional Park Land Use Plan Amendment. This Land Use Plan Amendment will provide the framework for future park improvements and enhancements to preserve and enhance urban agriculture, develop public access facilities, and preserve and restore more than 230 acres of habitat. Please stay tuned for future project information.

Download: Coyote Hills Regional Park Land Use Plan Amendment - Updated November 2019 (340 pp.)
Download: Final EIR (DEIR, RTC, RESO, MMRP, NOD) - September 4, 2019 (1034 pp.)
Download: Notice of Availability: Coyote Hills Restoration and Public Access Project Draft Environmental Impact Report - Mar. 2019 (2 pp.)
Download: Draft Environmental Impact Report: Coyote Hills Restoration and Public Access Project - Mar. 2019 (508 pp.)
Download: Comments and Responses - July 17, 2019 (486 pp.)
Download: Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) - August 2019 ( 38 pp.)
Download:
Public Outreach and Participation Plan - July 2017 - Revised Feb. 28, 2019 (32 pp.)
Download: Workshop #2 Summary Packet - Nov 13, 2017 (52 pp.)
Download: Workshop #1 Summary Packet (76 pp.)
Download: Board Approved Concept Plan and Site Program - Feb 20, 2018 (4 pp.)
Download: NOP Scoping Meeting Summary Packet - May 31, 2108 (38 pp.)
Download: Brochure - Coyote Hills Restoration and Public Access Project - Oct 2018, (2 pp.)


East Contra Costa County Delta Atlas

The Park District has compiled the East Contra Costa County Delta Atlas. The Delta Atlas is a living document that provides a comprehensive understanding of the existing conditions, potential opportunities, and constraints within the East Contra Costa county Delta region. Using the Delta Atlas, the Park District can make informed decisions regarding acquisitions and planning for land protection and recreation in accordance with its mission to preserve a rich heritage of natural and cultural resources and provide open space, parks, trails, safe and healthful recreation and environmental education.

Please visit the Delta Atlas page for additional resources and to view the Delta Atlas report. For more information, please contact Kim Thai, Senior Planner, at kthai@ebparks.org or (510) 544-2320.


Encinal Dune Restoration and Shoreline Stabilization

The Park District is designing plans to remove large debris and non-native vegetation from Encinal Beach, City of Alameda, CA. In addition, there is currently a large rusty barge embedded in the shoreline which will be removed and the shoreline will be reinforced to protect a portion of the Bay Trail from wind and wave erosion. Approximately 0.5 acre of the beach will be re-vegetated with native dune vegetation, which is currently completely covered with non-native ice plant. The site will also be graded to improve beach access for non-motorized personal watercraft.

2017 - 2016

Download: Encinal Notice of Completion - Apr 2017 (2 pp.)
Download:
Encinal Final IS/MND - Jun 2017 (295 pp.)
Download: Encinal Notice of Intent - 2017 (1 pg.)
Download:
Encinal DRAFT IS/MND - 2017 (94 pp.)
Download:
Encinal DRAFT IS/MND Appendices - 2016 (94 pp.)


Marsh Creek Regional Trail: Vineyards Parkway to Round Valley Staging Area

The Park District, in collaboration with the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Contra Costa County, Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the City of Brentwood, is interested in determining a preferred alignment and conceptual engineering design, and identifying potential environmental impacts of a proposed 3-mile segment of the Marsh Creek Trail extending from Vineyards Parkway in Brentwood to Round Valley Regional Preserve in Contra Costa County.

Download: Marsh Creek Trail: Vineyards Pkwy to Round Valley Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Study (217 pp.)
Download: Marsh Creek Regional Trail: Vineyards Pkwy to Round Valley Final Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (211 pp.) 


Jewel Lake Study: Restoration and Public Access Feasibility for Wildcat Creek’s Jewel Lake Reach

Jewel Lake, constructed in 1921 with an earthen dam across Wildcat Creek, has served generations of park patrons and provided habitat to native wildlife. The dam also traps large quantities of sediment that build up over time, reducing the lake’s depth and volume and affecting public enjoyment and the wildlife that call it home. The current dam and lake also prevent rainbow trout from migrating upstream.

The Park District recognizes Jewel Lake’s long history and its place in the landscape. Currently the District is studying periodic dredging and other sustainable long-term strategies to maintain a destination for public enjoyment and protect and enhance habitat for native species.

The purpose of this study is to develop a preferred concept to move forward into design and construction, depending on available funding. The concepts will be evaluated in relation to the following project goals along with other considerations:

  • Enhance Native Species Habitat
  • Provide Salmonid Passage
  • Provide Sediment Continuity
  • Maintain Level of Public Access
  • Maintain / Provide a “destination” for public
  • Maintain lake as open water

Upcoming Public Workshop

  • Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 6:30 to 8:00 pm, via ZOOM

The Workshop will present the project to the public including site history, four developed conceptual plans aimed at meeting the project goals, and other work to-date completed for the Jewel Lake Study. There will be an organized forum for interested public to ask questions, provide input and gain clarity around the process, the conceptual plans, and the study overall.

Zoom Meeting Information
Web link: https://ebparks.zoom.us/j/83970764794?pwd=bVgzTzh6d0QxeXRJVmZsc3QwbG12QT09
One tap mobile dial-in option:
+16699006833,,83970764794# US (San Jose)
+12532158782,,83970764794# US (Tacoma)
Meeting ID: 839 7076 4794
Passcode: 723901

Download: Board Executive Committee Presentation - September 14, 2021
Download: Public Workshop Flyer - October 20, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline: SF Bay Trail Gap and Improvements Project

Community Engagement Meeting
On December 8, 2020, Park District planners and staff hosted a virtual Community Engagement Meeting to present up-to-date information on this project taking place at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline. 
Watch Community Meeting replay video on YouTube
Community Engagement Meeting Flyer [PDF]

Project Overview
The Park District proposes to fill a gap in the San Francisco Bay Trail (Bay Trail) and make improvements within the existing Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Regional Shoreline. The project includes construction of approximately 2,300 linear feet of a new trail section of the Bay Trail to close the existing southern Bay Trail gap, as well as resurfacing and/or widening of approximately 1,600 feet of existing Bay Trail to the north and south of the gap segment. Improvements include: replacement of the existing two-lane boat launch, shoreline protection, parking lot resurfacing/restriping, and removal of a boat ramp. Construction is expected to begin in April 2021 with a tentative one-year construction timeframe. The project is funded by Measure WW and grants from Alameda County Transportation Commission's Measure BB, Wildlife Conservation Board, and California Natural Resources Agency.

Please see the links to the Notice of Determination, the Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration, and the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for the project below.

Download: Notice of Determination - May 2020 (1 pg.)
Download: Notice of Intent - Apr 2020 (1 pg.)
Download: MLK Regional Shoreline Bay Trail Gap and Improvements Project: Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration - Apr 2020 (148 pp.)


Niles Canyon Regional Trail

The Park District, in partnership with the County of Alameda, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), and the Alameda County Water District (ACWD), has completed the Niles Canyon Regional Trail Connectivity Feasibility Study. This study includes a six mile Class I trail connecting Niles to Sunol identified in EBRPD’s Master Plan Update in 2013.

Several public meetings were held to collect comments and concerns about the components of the study between October 2014 and October 2015. Three alternative routes and the environmental and historical impacts of each are included in the study. The report also includes analysis of a portion of the Bay Area Ridge Trail which crosses the Niles Canyon Railroad, and a multiuse trail connecting SFPUC’s Sunol Water Temple to Vargas Plateau. There is no identified funding at this time to finalize the design and complete environmental review pursuant to CEQA.

Download: Niles Canyon Regional Trail Connectivity Feasibility Study - Dec 2015 (86 pp.)


Northwest Territories Regional Shoreline (Alameda Point)

The Park District is planning a new regional shoreline park on the northwest portion of the former Alameda Naval Air Station, also known as Alameda Point. Development of the 158-acre future park - which has a working name of Northwest Territories Regional Shoreline - will occur in phases and include an extension of the San Francisco Bay Trail.

The Park District Board of Directors executed a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Alameda in February of 2020 to cooperate in the development of the future park. A Final Site Plan will be available within two years after the lease is signed. An Interim Bay Trail is planned to be developed first.

Please visit the Northwest Territories (Alameda Point) project webpage for additional information and a brief history of the site. For more information, please contact Chantal Alatorre, Senior Planner at calatorre@ebparks.org, or at (510) 544-2333.


Point Isabel Water Access and Shoreline Restoration Project

The Park District proposes the Point Isabel Water Access and Shoreline Restoration Project (proposed project) within the southern region of Point Isabel. The proposed project would implement improvements outlined in the December 6, 2002, Eastshore State Park General Plan. The primary goals of this project include, but are not limited to:

  • Improve water access by upgrading the existing non-motorized boat access ramp and steps. Replace the existing steps with new concrete steps, add gravel to the existing ramp, improve the existing groin, and create Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant pathway from parking lot to shore;
  • Improve emergency egress from the water. Reconfigure boulders from the end of the existing dog ramp near the end of the Hoffman Channel;
  • Add up to a net increase of 30 parking spaces at the end of Isabel Street;
  • Create a new rigging station. Place permeable gravel in a contained area;
  • Improve shoreline protection and habitat conditions. Repair erosion and add rip-rap on the south side of Hoffman Channel;
  • Revetment stabilization repairs along the shoreline facing the San Francisco Bay and additional ADA compliant shoreline access improvements.

Download: Initial Study/Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration - Draft - 2017 (350 pp.)
Download: Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration - 2017 (1 pg.)


Restore Hayward Marsh Project

The Restore Hayward Marsh Project seeks to plan for sea level rise and habitat resiliency, expand public access, enhance wildlife habitat, increase shoreline resilience, and improve the ability of the District to adapt to future conditions. The project’s goals will be further refined during the design process.

Download: Board Executive Committee Presentation - Sept. 14, 2021 (24 pp.)
Download: Hayward Marsh Restoration Project Brochure - Oct. 2020 (2 pp.)


Ridge Trail - Garin Regional Park to Niles Canyon

The Bay Area Ridge Trail – Garin Regional Park to Niles Canyon proposes to open a segment of the Bay Area Ridge Trail (Ridge Trail) to the public between Garin Regional Park and Vallejo Mill Historic Park at the mouth of Niles Canyon in Fremont. The Ridge Trail is a planned 550-mile natural surface, multi-use, nonmotorized trail along the ridgelines surrounding the San Francisco Bay. Currently, approximately 375 miles of the trail are complete and open to trail users. The proposed project would close a 5-mile gap within an easement over private property, creating a contiguous stretch of trail from Vallejo Mill Historic Park to Kennedy Grove in El Sobrante; a distance of over 40 miles. The project will construct approximately 3.9 miles of new multi-use recreational trail and will utilize 1.1 miles of existing ranch roads.

Download: Notice of Intent
Download: Ridge Trail Initial Study-Mitigated Negative Declaration
Download: Biological Resources Assessment
Download: Jurisdictional Wetlands Delineation
Download: Geologic Constraints


Robert W. Crown State Beach – Master Plan for Park Expansion at McKay Avenue

The Park District is planning for 3.89 acres of new parkland at Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach, as well as street improvements along McKay Avenue, in the City of Alameda. The project called the “McKay Master Plan” is starting a year-long process to develop a plan for the area that provides new recreational amenities and increases shoreline resiliency. This input will be used to develop design alternatives that will be developed in late 2021.

Please visit the project website: MckayMasterPlan.com to take the online survey and updates.

To be added to the project mailing list, please email Tonya Covarrubias, Planner at: TCovarrubias@ebparks.org.

Download: Community Events & Survey Info Flyer (1 pg.) 


Roddy Ranch Habitat Restoration and Public Access Plan

Key Goals

  • Develop a habitat restoration plan for 230-acres of the former Roddy Ranch Golf Course. Restore the highly impacted site, once filled with non-native vegetation, to a more natural environment.
  • Open the site to public access with several miles of trails and restroom, parking, and drinking water facilities. The park’s primary use will be passive recreation such as hiking, biking, nature study, and picnicking.
  • Create opportunities for various hands-on restoration projects involving youth and community members.
  • Work closely with East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy to restore native grassland and wetland habitat at Roddy Ranch and the surrounding area as part of the larger future Deer Valley Regional Park.

Timeline
In March 2020, the Park District hired Restoration Design Group to take the lead on developing the habitat and public access plan. They will be conducting site surveys, environmental studies, and other background research at the former golf course over the next 18 months. A complete Habitat Restoration and Public Access Plan is expected by late 2021.

Additional Resources
Please visit the Roddy Ranch project webpage for background information and a brief history of the site. For more information, please contact Edward Willis, Planner, at ewillis@ebparks.org or (510) 544-2621.


San Francisco Bay Trail: Lone Tree Point

Download: Lone Tree Point Feasibility Site Map (1 pg.) 
Download: SF Bay Trail: Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration Public Review Draft (192 pp.)


San Francisco Bay Trail: Point Molate

The Project consists of an approximately 2.5 mile non-motorized bike and pedestrian trail at Point Molate. The trail is comprised of Segment A and B and would be constructed in a previously disturbed area that coincides or is adjacent to the old Richmond Belt Railway corridor. Segment A would be constructed within a surface easement granted by Chevron to EBRPD for construction, operation, and maintenance of the trail. The trail is anticipated to be 10 feet wide. Construction of the trail is expected to occur in stages from May through October in 2020.

Download: SF Bay Trail at Point Molate: Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration - Mar 2014 (93 pp.)
Download: Appendix A - Revised MMRP
Download: Appendix B - Site Photographs
Download: Appendix C - Biological Resources Assessment
Download: Appendix D - Cultural Resources Report
Download: Appendix E - Geotechnical Report
Download: Appendix F - Coastal Erosion Assessment
Download: Appendix G (Part 1) Pg. 1-60 - Phase I Assessment
Download: Appendix G (Part 1) Pg. 61-112 - Phase I Assessment
Download: Appendix G (Part 1) Pg. 113-481 - Phase I Assessment
Download: Appendix G (Part 2) - Phase I Assessment
Download: Phase II Findings Memo - Final
Download:
SF Bay Trail: Pt. Molate 65% Design Plans 
Download: MND Response to Comments


Sewer System Management Plans

The Park District has prepared a Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) that addresses the four parks that own or operate over one mile of sanitary sewer lines. Each of the four parks, Anthony Chabot, Del Valle, Garin, and Coyote Hills is discussed in the SSMP. The SSMP describes each sewer system, our operation and maintenance program, overflow emergency response plans, and monitoring, measurement, and program modifications for the sewer system. The initial SSMPs were approved by the District Board of Directors on June 6, 2012 (Resolution No. 2012-6-140). The recent SSMP was approved on November 17, 2020 (Resolution No. 2020-11-266). Preparation of these plans is required by the State Water Resources Control Board Order No. 2006-003-DWQ and public posting of these plans is required by SWRCB 2013-0058-EXEC.

For more information regarding the SSMP, please contact the Maintenance Superintendent, Eric Bowman at (510)  690-3039 or ebowman@ebparks.org.

Download: SSMP Anthony Chabot/Coyote Hills/Del Valle/Garin - EBRPD SSMP Final Sealed – Nov 2020 (58 pp., No Appendices)
Download: East Bay Regional Park District Resolution No. 2020-11-266 - Nov 2020 (3 pg.)
Download: East Bay Regional Park District Resolution No. 2012-6-140 - Jun 2012 (1 pg.)

Supporting Documents

Download: SSMP Appendices Document (168 pp.)

California Integrated Water Quality System Project (CIWQS)

  • Anthony Chabot - WDID 2SSO11410
  • Coyote Hills - WDID 2SSO11481
  • Del Valle - WDID 2SSO11413
  • Garin - WDID 2SSO11411 

» State Water Quality Control Board Sewer System Management Plan Development/Implementation

EBRPD Ordinance 38, Section 301. District Board Ordinance to comply with State Water Quality Control Board Order

Download: Resolution No. 2020-11-267 (2 pp.)

Agreement and Amendments Between the Castro Valley Sanitary District and the East Bay Regional Park District

Download: 1971 CVSD Agreement (7 pp.)
Download: 1977 CVSD Agreement (6 pp.)
Download: 1977 CVSD Resolution (4 pp.)

District Wastewater Pump Station Operators Guide

Download: WWPS Operators Guide (15 pp.)

The Park District follows the specifications adopted by the Alameda County and Contra Costa County Departments of Public Works, except where another agency has jurisdiction.  For reference, the Park District may refer to the  Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction (Green Book)


Tidewater Day Use Area Public Access Improvement Project

Community Engagement Meeting
On December 8, 2020, Park District planners and staff hosted a virtual Community Engagement Meeting to present up-to-date information on this project taking place at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline. 
Watch Community Meeting replay video on YouTube
Community Engagement Meeting Flyer  [PDF]

Project Overview
The Park District is designing and developing 8-acres of new parkland at the Tidewater Day Use Area of Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline (MLK), located in the City of Oakland, California. This new parkland will be adjacent to the exiting Tidewater Boating Center and is connected to the rest of MLK by the San Francisco Bay Trail. Several public meetings and input opportunities will be provided to the public throughout the year. To be added to the project mailing list, please contact Toby Perry at: tperry@ebparks.org.

Download: Tidewater Day Use Area Public Access Project - June 24, 2019 (2 pp.)
Download: Public Information Meeting #2 Flyer (Bilingual) - April 3, 2018 (2 pp.)
Download: Public Information Meeting #1 Flyer - June 4, 2017 (1 pg.)


Trail User Working Group (2020-2021)

Trail User Working Group (2020-2021)


If you have comments or questions, please contact Brian Holt, bholt@ebparks.org

 

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