Public Meetings

This page contains information about public meetings on plans to restore and enhance parks and preserves in San Diego County. Posts are alphabetical.

Boulder Oaks County Preserve: County Parks staff have been preparing a public access plan for Boulder Oaks County Preserve in Ramona, which includes a planned trail system. An open house showcasing this trail system and how it fits into the overarching public access plan was held Wednesday, Sept. 13 at the Ramona Library. Seventy people attended. We continue to seek grant funds, and we look forward to implementing the recreational opportunities presented, as new funds become available. Click HERE to view the PDF of the planned trail system.

Borrego Springs: The community of Borrego Springs will soon have a new, 16-acre park. View the FAQ sheet based on several community meetings for additional information. A groundbreaking event took place Oct. 21 -  watch the video! This project is slated for completion late 2018/early 2019 and will take place in conjunction with the build of a new library and Sheriff's station.

Sycamore Canyon/Goodan Ranch: On Jan. 24, 2018, County Parks hosted the first of several community meetings on the public access plan for Sycamore Canyon/Goodan Ranch. Feedback was received and will continue to be collected. Refer to the following maps for more information, or contact Melanie Tylke via email or at 858-966-1377. 

Sycuan/Sloan Canyon: In March, County Parks hosted a public workshop to explore trail alignment options for a new community trail that will ultimately travel from Willow Glen Drive to Beaver Hollow Road near Dehesa Road and Sloan Canyon Road (in Dehesa). Here is a summary of public comments.

Tijuana River Valley Regional Park: In December 2016, County Parks hosted a public meeting at the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park ranger station. The purpose was to discuss the results of a feasibility that could bring new amenities to the valley, pending available funding, including campgrounds, a community garden extension, enhanced multi-use trails, a bike park and new equestrian areas, among other ideas. Projects will be discussed in further detail once funding sources have been identified and secured.  Here is a recap of key points. For more information, contact Melanie Tylke.  

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