Our Regional Parks and Open Spaces Helped Us During and After the Fires
We saw the 860-acre Shiloh Ranch act as a buffer between the Tubbs fire and Windsor, giving crews space to react and prevent its encroachment on the town. About 2,600 acres of parklands countywide were impacted by the fires. As we recover, we see residents coming to parks for healing and restoration.
Planning for the Future
We are committed to seeing our Regional Parks play a vital role in the health, safety and economy of our county for decades to come. Residents love their parks. Now, as we recover, we know we can work together to improve the entire Sonoma County parks network.