Environmental Impact Report Scoping Meeting for Tolay Lake Master Plan
July 17, 2015
The public is invited to the Environmental Impact Report Scoping Meeting for
Tolay Lake Regional Park
on Tuesday, July 21. Regional Parks staff will present an overview of the preliminary Master Plan and the environmental review process for the project. Public comment regarding the scope and content of the
Environmental Impact Report (EIR)
(3.07 MB) can be provided at the meeting via verbal or written comment cards. The workshop runs from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Petaluma Community Center in Lucchesi Park, 320 North McDowell Boulevard.
Tolay Lake Regional Park's 1,769 acres southeast of Petaluma contain grasslands, ridges, a seasonal freshwater lake, ponds, wetlands, and other natural and cultural resources and provide habitat for several species of special status. The master plan considers how best to open the property to the public while protecting its rich resources. The planning area includes Tolay Creek Ranch, an adjacent 1,600 acres acquired by the Sonoma Land Trust as a future extension of the park.
Tolay Lake Regional Park was acquired by the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District and transferred to Regional Parks in 2005. Public access currently is available through a weekend permit program, guided hikes, and the annual Tolay Fall Festival. For more information, visit the project details page at
. Questions and comments about the master planning process may be emailed to
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