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For Immediate Release: 10/19/2016

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Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission Considers Approving an Updated General Plan for Carnegie SVRA


Randy Caldera

(925) 447-0426

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission will hold a public meeting to consider approving an updated general plan for Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area (Carnegie SVRA). The general plan is a broad-based policy document that establishes a long-range vision for the recreation area and provides goals and guidelines to direct future improvements, services, and programs.

The public meeting will be held this Friday, October 21, starting at 10 a.m., in Sacramento’s City Hall, 915 I Street, Sacramento (95814).

Located in the hills of eastern Alameda and western San Joaquin counties, Carnegie SVRA is one of nine SVRA’s administered by California State Parks. By providing a clear purpose, a vision, and goals and guidelines, the general plan defines the broadest possible management framework for program development, ongoing management, and public use of the SVRA. The updated general plan would direct management of the recreation area over the next 20 to 30 years. Future implementation-level plans and projects envisioned in the general plan would be analyzed in light of the program environmental impact report (EIR) along with necessary project level analysis and permitting.

The draft general plan and accompanying EIR are available for review online at A printed copy of the documents is also available for review during normal business hours at these locations:

California State Parks

OHMVR Division

1725 23rd Street, Ste. 200

Sacramento, CA 95816


California State Parks

Carnegie SVRA Sector Office

18600 W Corral Hollow Road

Tracy, CA 95376


The OHMVR Division of California State Parks kicked off a long range planning process for Carnegie SVRA in May 2012.The outreach efforts involved visitor surveys, multiple stakeholder meetings and public workshops.

For more information on the general plan, please visit


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