The East Bay Regional Park District Acquisition, Stewardship and Development Division is currently preparing a Land Use Plan Amendment for Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve. The focus of this Land Use Plan Amendment will be the addition of two new properties that will extend the Preserve eastward to more directly serve the City of Orinda, the unincorporated community of Canyon, and the Town of Moraga.
On Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 6:30 PM the Park District will be holding the third community meeting for this planning process at the Richard C. Trudeau Conference Center located at 11500 Skyline Blvd, Oakland, CA 94619. The meeting focus will be on reviewing the project goals, finalizing the design concepts for the McCosker site, evaluating the trails plan for the Preserve and looking ahead to the preparation of the LUPA and the CEQA analysis. After a brief presentation, the meeting will be opened to the audience to participate in the process. This meeting will also serve as the Public Scoping Meeting regarding the proposed project and CEQA analysis. In addition to discussing the proposed Sibley Land Use Plan Amendment Project, the District will also discuss the associated planning and environmental processes.
For a summary of the first and second community meetings, visitEBParks.org/about/planning.
To receive information on the progress of this planning process and to receive information on future meetings please contact Julie Bondurant, email@example.com sign up on the e-mail mailing list and/or continue to checkEBParks.org/about/planning.