All Active Projects
The Sears Point Connector Trail will be part of the planned 500-mile San Francisco Bay Trail. This feasibility study will determine the best route for this environmentally sensitive area in southeast Sonoma County.
The proposed Bellevue Creek Trail will create a safe non-motorized transportation and recreation route and trailheads connecting Rohnert Park and Cotati to the regional trails.
A 3.0 mile section of the California Coastal Trail is being constructed along Highway 1 in Bodega Bay to improve safety of pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists.
The Carrington Ranch Preserve project includes acquisition and developing initial public access of the 335-acre Carrington Ranch located immediately north of Bodega Bay on Highway 1, in Northern California.
The goal of this project is to create a safe route for pedestrians and bicyclists between Verano Avenue and Agua Caliente Road north of Sonoma.
This project consists of replacing the existing portable restrooms with a permanent and accessible double vault restroom. The project also includes developing accessible paths of travel from the parking area to the new restroom.
The Copeland Creek Trail project will connect a popular urban greenway to the headwaters of Hinebaugh Creek.
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.
In December of 2015 all five Del Rio Woods Recreation District Board Members resigned from the Board Directors and requested that the responsibilities for the District be transferred to Sonoma County Regional Parks.
The purpose of the project is to define and dedicate a public access pedestrian only trail easement alignment to connect Highway 1 to the Estero Americano.
Regional Parks is in the process of acquiring additional property on the west side of Highway 116 for the construction of the second phase of improvements at the park.
Regional Parks will conduct a community-based planning process to develop the Master Plan for the Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach located in Sonoma County in Northern California.
Regional Parks is expanding the area of Helen Putnam Regional Park through a donation of land from the developer, Varn Hagen.
Helen Putnam Regional Park is an older park (officially dedicated in 1985), in need of infrastructure, resource management, and aesthetic improvements.
Regional Parks is master planning the 247-acre Lawson property that was recently added to Hood Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve. This master planning process is studying opportunities for the public to enjoy the property, known as the Lawson addition, and to enhance and protect its unique and sensitive environment.
This project replaces the Trail Bridge on the Lower Johnson Ridge Trail and the culvert under the Pond Trail that burned in the 2017 Fire at Hood Mountain Regional Park and Preserve.
In order to provide optimized access for all types of water recreation, Regional Parks is planning a renovation to the existing boat launch facility at the Hudeman Slough access point.
Sonoma County Regional Parks proposes to construct a trail segment on the Kashia Reserve that will form part of the Coastal Pacific Trail along the northern coast of Sonoma County, in California.
Sonoma County Regional Parks Department is continuing the planning project to re-vision this neighborhood park in the Springs area of Sonoma Valley.
Regional Parks is proposing to develop a 9-mile long multi-use trail along the Russian River between Odd Fellows Park Road and Duncans Mills, which would provide a safe walking and cycling alternative for commuters and visitors traveling this congested corridor.
Regional Parks Department, in partnership with the Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, is proposing a regional park and open space preserve on properties that include portions of Mark West, Porter and Mill Creeks in Sonoma County, California.
The 1.3 mile Mark West Creek Trail will provide students a pathway to bike or walk to and from Mark West Elementary School.
Sonoma County Regional Parks Department is returning to the planning project to re-vision this important and centrally located community park in Sonoma.
North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve was opened to the public in February 2015.
The Petaluma Sebastopol Trail, inspired by the route of the former Petaluma Sebastopol Railroad, is identified as a project in the 2010 County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan.
RegionalParks is proposing to create up to three public Russian River access points alonga 1.75 mile stretch of Geysers Road, just south of the Sonoma and MendocinoCounty line.
The Sonoma County Integrated Park Plan (SCIPP) is a strategic plan that establishes a vision to guide the ongoing and future work of the Regional Parks system.
The Sonoma County Regional Parks Department proposes to develop a 4-mile off-road bikeway (Sonoma-Schellville Trail) along the former Northwestern Pacific Railroad right of way.
Two new properties have recently been added to Sonoma Valley Regional Park: the Curreri Addition, and a property from the Sonoma Developmental Center.
The Sonoma Valley Trail is a proposed 13-mile paved trail along the scenic Highway 12 corridor between Santa Rosa and Sonoma. The scenic corridor offers fantastic views of Sonoma Valley but lacks a safe and separated pathway for pedestrians and bicyclists traveling north and south.
Stewarts Point Ranch Coastal Trail
Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve opened February 23, 2013 following approval of the property's transfer from the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District to Sonoma County Regional Parks.
Sonoma County Regional Parks has received funding to construct 8-miles of new trails and three new walk-in neighborhood access points at Taylor Mountain Regional Park in Sonoma County, California.
The proposed 2.5 mile Timber Cove Trail is a part of Sonoma County's north coast section of the California Coastal Trail. It will extend from Stillwater Cove Regional Park on the north end to Fort Ross State Historic Park on the southern end.
Sonoma County Regional Parks Department has initiated a master planning process for Tolay Lake Regional Park to provide a spectrum of outdoor recreation and environmental education opportunities and to protect sensitive habitats and cultural resources.
The West County Trail (Umbrella) includes projects along the West County Trail such as the Joe Rodota Trail bridge replacement, Forestville Trailhead project and others in the western half of Sonoma County, California.