Sonoma County Regional Parks is seeking public input on its Climate Adaptation and Resilience Plan, which will help the department address climate change impacts and protect natural resources.
The swimming beach at Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach is now open for the summer with lifeguards on duty and free loaner life vests available.
Sonoma County Regional Parks and Audubon Canyon Ranch will conduct a prescribed burn at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park on June 21, 2023 to reduce fuel loads and protect the park's natural resources.
Spring Lake Regional Park in Santa Rosa, California, celebrates summer with new amenities and commemorates its 50th anniversary.
Sonoma County Regional Parks has earned a Best of the Best, Creating Community award of excellence from the California Parks and Recreation Society for its YES! (Youth Exploring Sonoma) Parks program. YES! Parks is one of only six programs in the state to receive the award in 2023.
Sonoma County Regional Parks is planning to conduct pile burns at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park February 28th through March 3rd. The upcoming pile burn is a continuation of fuels reduction work conducted by Park’s staff and the California Conservation Corps (CCC) that thinned vegetation along the Park’s roads and trails.
In the 2021-22 fiscal year, county and municipal park agencies throughout Sonoma County used nearly $12.4 million in Parks for All – Measure M funds to focus on climate resiliency, stewarding woodlands to make forests more resilient to fire and building climate-adaptive park infrastructure to better withstand extreme weather.
Sonoma County Regional Parks is planning to conduct pile burns at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park on January 31st and February 1st, 2023
Sonoma County Regional Parks, in collaboration with Cloverdale Fire Protection District and CAL FIRE, is planning to conduct pile burns at Cloverdale River Park on November 10th. Woody material from the wildfires that occurred in the park this last summer were thinned and piled by Regional Parks’ staff over the last several months. The pile burn will begin on the morning of the 10th and continue throughout the day. Fire agencies will provide fire engines and crews to manage the burning process, and Regional Parks staff will work in collaboration with the fire agencies.