San Luis Obispo, City of
(City of San Luis Obispo)
Pilot Program for Extended Open Space Hours of Use During Winter Months, Cerro San Luis Natural Reserve
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The city of San Luis Obispo has acquired approx 3,850 acres of open space lands comprised of fourteen major properties held in open space reserve, natural reserve, agricultural reserve, or ecological reserve status. These properties, collectively, feature a trail network of both single use trails and multi-use trails totaling over 50 miles. The Natural Resources Protection Program works in close collaboration with the Parks and Rec Department's Ranger Service to form the Open space team in order to ensure the highest care, long-term stewardship and appropriate public use of the city's open space network.
California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCaltrans, District 5Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 4Department of Water ResourcesNative American Heritage CommissionRegional Water Quality Control Board, Region 3Resources Agency
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