Crane Creek Regional Park Expansion (Proposed)

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Regional Parks, in partnership with the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, is seeking to expand Crane Creek Regional Park. Negotiations are in process for a 75-acre addition to the park that would advance the extension of the Copeland Creek Trail and ensure the protection of the headwaters of Hinebaugh Creek.

The proposed acquisition will support a sustainably designed extension of the Copeland Creek Trail and protection of surrounding greenway between Sonoma State University east to the 128-acre regional park. Currently, the proposed trail easement follows the property line directly up the hill to Crane Creek Regional Park. Acquiring additional land will allow a series of trail switch-backs to gradually ascend the 185 feet up to the park. Hinebaugh Creek, with its potential habitat for the California red-legged frog and the Western pond turtle, originates on this property. Hinebaugh Creek is a tributary to the ecologically rich and biologically diverse Laguna de Santa Rosa.

Questions or Comments?

Contact Project Manager:

Ken Tam
Call:  (707) 565-3348
Email:  Ken Tam

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