The Tolay Lake Regional Park Interim Public Access & Resources Management Plan (Interim Plan) will provide public access through a Day-Use Permit program, by which park users must attend an orientation to receive a permit. Access to permit holders will be limited to two-three days a week, depending on the season. Under the Interim Plan, Regional Parks will expand the existing Guided Tour program, continue to operate an educational program, and the Annual Tolay Fall Festival during month of October. Development will be limited. Regional Parks will install signage, interim parking areas, trailheads, portable restrooms, and a small water treatment system to provide potable water, an entry kiosk - all of which are temporary in nature and can be removed. Approx. nine miles of former ranch roads will be utilized for Interim Plan trails. Existing building will be used for a park office, ranger residences, and equipment maintenance and storage. The only permanent development are the safety improvements to Cannon Lane, which will add pavement along two separate stretches, each approx. 400 linear ft., to provide a total road width of 22 ft. in these sections. Total road width will include two 9 ft. paved lanes and 2 ft. gravel shoulders along both sides. The safety improvements also include painting a double yellow centerline strip and installing park information and directional signage. Resource management activities such as grazing, restoration, vineyard management, and trail maintenance will continue.