SCH Number 2005012072

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Sycamore Valley Preserve Land Use Plan
The East Bay Regional Park District has prepared a Land Use Plan (LUP) to describe land use goals, capital projects and resource management actions at Sycamore Valley Open Space Regional Preserve, a roughly 700-acre parkland, located in the Town of Danville. The LUP proposes the following infrastructure improvements: developing the five new unpaved, multi-use trails, up to 10 feet wide, totaling approximately one and a half miles; constructing a horse corral or installing a horse tie-rail on the west side of Sycamore Valley Park, in cooperation with Danville; installing up to two entry signs at trailheads located at Sycamore Valley Park and directional street signs on Camino Tassajara at Holbrook Drive and Sherburne Hills Road, both within Danville; installing street signs on Crow Canyon Road, directing vehicles to an existing City parking lot located on 5000 Crow Canyon Road in San Ramon; installing standard EBRPD regulation signs at public entrances and trailheads; marking boundary fencing to discourage trespassing on neighboring lands; installing gates for pedestrian and equestrian access alongside existing vehicle gates; and installing fencing, water development projects and a new corral facility for cattle.
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2 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
East Bay Regional Parks District Sycamore Valley Preserve Land Use Plan
East Bay Regional Parks District Sycamore Valley Preserve Land Use Plan