Regional Parks preserves irreplaceable natural and cultural resources and offers opportunities for recreation and education that enhance the quality of life and well-being of Sonoma County's residents and visitors.
Sonoma County's parks and trails are core to the health and wellness of individuals, families, and communities. Our parks and programs inspire people and provide opportunities for them to connect mind, body, and spirit. Sonoma County Regional Parks is a model organization passionately protecting land, stewarding natural and cultural resources, and providing public access to the outdoors.
Public invited to shape future Mark West Creek Regional Park and Preserve
Sonoma County Regional Parks seeks community input to help shape the future of Mark West Creek Regional Park and Open Space Preserve in northwest Santa Rosa. The department is creating a master plan to guide the park’s future development, public access, vegetation management, educational uses and habitat enhancement. The public is encouraged to share their desires, thoughts, and feedback by taking an online survey now through Nov. 11, 2022, at MarkWestCreekParkAndPreserve.org.
Public invited to shape future of new north county Russian River Parkway
Sonoma County Regional Parks is requesting community input on its proposed plan to create a Russian River access park near Cloverdale. The Russian River Parkway’s draft master plan will guide the development and management of the future 19-acre north county river park. Regional Parks invites the public to review the project presentation at russianriverpkwy.com and provide comments through June 30, 2021.