Community Engagement

Marin County Parks welcomes public feedback, and promotes opportunities for community engagement.

Community Engagement

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STAY INFORMED

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VOLUNTEER

Parks staff discussing a project with members of the community

PROVIDE FEEDBACK

Road and Trail Process

Highlight from Road and Trail Community Engagement Process Map

INTERESTED IN COMMENTING ON ROAD AND TRAIL PROJECTS?  Parks staff collaborated with community leaders on a process map highlighting opportunities for public feedback. See the Road and Trail Community Engagement Process Map PDF.

The public participates in the annual process of identifying potential Road and Trail Management projects. Public proposals are formally reviewed once a year, using consistent evaluation criteria. Proposed projects ranked as the highest priority then compete in budget development process. For details about the public proposal process see the Road and Trail Management Plan, section 5. View the screened public proposals as of 02/16/2021.

Vegetation Management Process

Excerpt from vegetation management community engagement process map

INTERESTED IN COMMENTING ON OPEN SPACE VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PROJECTS? Parks staff collaborated with community stakeholders on a multi-step process map highlighting opportunities for public feedback. See the Vegetation Management Community Engagement Process Map PDF.