|11/3/2021 3:00 PM|
Learn About the Bushy Lake Restoration Project
Bushy lake is located within the Cal Expo area of the American River Parkway and is part of an ongoing eco cultural restoration project being spearheaded by Dr. Michelle Stevens, professor at Sacramento State in the Department of Environmental Studies. This restoration project will provide wildlife habitat, culturally significant plants, and recreation and education opportunities. To learn more, visit the Bushy Lake Restoration Project website.
|11/3/2021 2:30 PM|
Run the Parkway Closed Trail Event – Sunday, Nov. 7
The Run the Parkway event will be occurring along the American River Parkway on Sunday Nov. 7, 2021. The event starts and ends at Hagan Park in Rancho Cordova, with runners going upstream to Sunrise Recreation Area and walkers and runners going downstream to Kadema Drive. The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail will be closed from Sunrise Boulevard downstream to the Kadema and Clunie Drive intersection from 6 a.m. - noon. Detour Information: For the south side of the River: Sunrise Blvd to Coloma Rd to Folsom Blvd. to Howe Ave. For the north side of the River: Sunrise Blvd to Fair Oaks Blvd to Howe Avenue.
|10/22/2021 3:00 PM|
Partial Trail Closure - Oct. 24, 2021The American River Parkway Multi-Use Trail will be closed from Discovery Park to Cal Expo for the running portion of the IRONMAN California event on Sunday, Oct. 24, from 11:30 a.m. to approximately 9:00 p.m. Detour Information: Trail users can detour on Garden Hwy to Arden-Garden Connector or use the Two Rivers Trail on the south side of the American River.
|8/19/2021 4:00 PM|
2021 Habitat Restoration Project at Ancil Hoffman
A new project to restore crucial habitat for native salmon and steelhead trout is scheduled to begin in late August at Ancil Hoffman Park. The Ancil Hoffman Habitat Restoration Project will recreate spawning and rearing areas by laying approximately 15,800 cubic yards of clean gravel into the flowing river and carving a new alcove in the existing gravel bar, parallel to the river. Project teams will add large woody material and plant riparian trees and bushes in the alcove, creating places for young fish to hide from predators and for insects and vegetation to grow for feeding. The project is expected to begin in late-August and finish by late-October 2021, before anadromous Chinook salmon return in high numbers. Crews may be on-site Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. (noise starting at 7 a.m.) with in-river work occurring only on weekdays (and not on Labor Day). For more information, visit the Water Forum website
|7/30/2021 3:00 PM|
Dillard Ranch Update
The Dillard Ranch was acquired by Regional Parks in 2018 through a trade agreement with Cosumnes Community Services District (CCSD). CCSD acquired the property in 2006 and prior to that, the property was operated as a dairy farm. Regional Parks is in the process of putting together a Master Plan for this site. To learn more, visit the Dillard Ranch webpage (https://regionalparks.saccounty.net/Pages/DillardRanch.aspx).
|7/14/2021 2:30 PM|
Effie Yeaw Nature Center Proposed Wireless Tower Project
A Public Hearing Is Scheduled at the Recreation and Park Commission for the Effie Yeaw Nature Center Proposed Wireless Tower Project. The proposed project is the installation of a communications tower in Ancil Hoffman Park to improve the wi-fi access for educational programs at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center. Your attendance and participation is welcomed and encouraged at the Recreation and Park Commission meeting on July 22, 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be held via Zoom
(Meeting ID: 854 6972 4079; Passcode: 834574). To learn more about this project, visit the project webpage
|6/2/2021 9:00 AM|
Regional Parks Fee Schedule Update
The Department of Regional Parks is in the process of updating its Fee Schedule. The Department Fee Schedule establishes fees for park entry and facility use, and describes fee policies. The Fee Schedule is updated intermittently to: Adjust fees for inflation; ensure fees cover costs of services provided; standardize fees with similar facilities and services; and raise needed revenues to offset department maintenance and operations costs. Daily parking and annual pass fees were last updated in 2010. A draft of the updated Fee Schedule can be found online
. To make a comment on the proposed Fee Schedule, email email@example.com
. Public comments will be accepted through June 30.
|5/26/2021 6:00 PM|
South Bank Trail Closure, June 1 - July 9
The south portion of the multi-use trail will be closed for an overlay maintenance project from Watt Ave to the Guy West Bridge from June 1 – July 9. Watt Access and Howe Access will both remain open (Howe Access will be closed on June 28th). A detour will be in place. View the detour map
|4/6/2021 5:00 PM|
2020-2021 Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Grant Application
The Sacramento County Department of Regional Parks has submitted a preliminary grant application to the California State Parks Off-Highway (OHV) Division for an OHV Law Enforcement Grant. As part of the process, the grant is open for public review and comment. You can review the application on the OHV website
. Public comments must be submitted by May 3, 2021
. Comments can also be submitted via mail to: Sacramento County Regional Parks | Attn: OHV Grant Admistrator/Sergeant Elmer Marzan | 10361 Rockingham Drive, Suite 100 | Sacramento, CA 95827
|3/12/2021 4:00 PM|
Sacramento County Regional Parks is pleased to announce the public draft of the American River Parkway Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP) is available. There will be a sixty day period for the public to review the plan and provide comments.
Additionally, the Department will be hosting virtual workshops for the public to review and comment on the plan. These worshops are scheduled for: March 19 at 9:30 a.m.; March 22 at 6:30 p.m.; March 25 at 6:30 p.m.; and March 26 at 2 p.m.
In addition to the public meetings, comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Visit the Natural Resource Management Plan page
to learn more. We look forward to your input!
El área de Parques Regionales del Condado de Sacramento se complace en anunciar que el borrador público del Plan de Gestión de Recursos Naturales (NRMP por sus siglas en inglés) para el American River Parkway ya está disponible. Habrá un período de sesenta días para que la comunidad revise el plan y brinde sus comentarios. Además, el Departamento organizará talleres virtuales para que la comunidad pueda revisar y comentar el plan. Estos talleres están programados para los días: 19 de marzo a las 9:30 a.m.; 22 de marzo a las 6:30 p.m.; 25 de marzo a las 6:30 p.m. y 26 de marzo a las 2 p.m. Además de las reuniones públicas, se pueden enviar comentarios a email@example.com . Visite la página del Plan de Gestión de Recursos Naturales para más información ¡Esperamos recibir sus opiniones !
Региональные парки округа Сакраменто рады сообщить, что доступен публичный проект Плана управления природными ресурсами (NRMP) American River Parkway. У общественности будет 60 дней для ознакомления с планом и для комментариев. Кроме того, Департамент будет проводить виртуальные семинары для общественности, чтобы рассмотреть и прокомментировать план. Эти семинары запланированы на 19 марта в 9:30 утра; 22 марта в 18:30; 25 марта в 18:30 и 26 марта в 14:00. Помимо публичных встреч, комментарии можно отправлять по электронной почте на firstname.lastname@example.org . Посетите страницу плана управления природными ресурсами, чтобы узнать подробности. Мы ждем ваших отзывов!
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American River Parkway，自然資源管理計畫，公共草案
Sacramento County地區公園很高興宣佈《American River Parkway自然資源管理計畫》（NRMP）的公開草案已經發佈
|3/11/2021 4:00 PM|
Partial Trail Closure March 23 - March 26, Detour Available
The South Bank Bike Trail on the American River Parkway will be detoured to La Riviera Drive due to Transmission line work at the Glenbrook Park Access. Through traffic will be detoured to La Riviera Drive from the Howe River Access to the Watt River access. SMUD will be replacing a 230 kV Transmission Line that crosses the river at the Glenbrook access, and will need to close the bike trail and walking trails in that area. Detour map available here.
|2/26/2021 5:00 PM|
Pump Station Construction at Sailor Bar
The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD) has begun the rehabilitation of their pump station located off the Sailor Bar Park Olive Avenue access point. Park access and trails will remain open but please exercise caution as construction equipment will be present. Construction is expected to finish by late summer 2022. For more information, visit the SASD website.
|1/21/2021 2:00 PM|
Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail Nominated for Best Recreational Trail Award
The American River Parkway Trail (Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail) was selected to compete in the USA Today
10 Best Readers' Choice awards for 2021. If you'd like to cast your vote for our trail and help us climb the "Best Recreational Trail" leaderboard, visit the 10 Best website
. Individuals can vote once per day and the poll closes on Sunday, Feb. 14.