Mount Tamalpais State Park - East Peak Facilities Management Plan
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California State Parks has initiated the planning process to develop a Facilities Management Plan (FMP) for the East Peak area of Mount Tamalpais State Park. The FMP will identify a cohesive vision for East Peak's future in terms of site amenities and recreation opportunities. The Planning Team invites your participation as we begin the planning process.
Planning will include numerous opportunities to provide input and share your vision for East Peak, including:
Online Engagement. Several online activities will be available during the planning process. The first activity is a brief survey that you can complete using the online tool.
Public Meeting. Anticipated for late 2016 (date TBD).
To be added to the project contact list, please email: email@example.com or write to the Planning Team at the address below. Please include "East Peak FMP" in the subject line.
California State Parks, Planning + Design Section
East Peak FMP
1 Capitol Mall, Suite 410
Sacramento, CA 95814
The anticipated schedule for key project phases is provided below. Opportunities for public input, including online engagement activities, are identified in italics for each project phase.
Existing Conditions, Opportunities and Constraints Analysis (Winter 2014 - Fall 2015)
- Stakeholder Interviews and Outreach - Spring 2015
- Existing Conditions Atlas & Photobook - Fall 2015
East Peak Facilities Concept Development (Fall 2015 - Summer 2016)
- Online Survey - Fall 2015
- Draft Concept Alternatives - Winter 2015-16
- Outreach Meeting and Online Engagement: Draft Concept Alternatives - Spring 2016
- Preferred Concept - Summer 2016
Draft Facilities Management Plan and Environmental Review (Summer 2016 - Winter 2016)
- Draft Facilities Management Plan and Draft Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) - Summer 2016
- Online Review Forum: Draft FMP - Fall 2016
- IS/MND Public Review Period - Winter 2016
Final Facilities Management Plan and IS/MND (Early 2017)
For more information about Mount Tamalpais State Park please visit the Mount Tamalpais State Park website.