To acquire and maintain open space in the District for preservation and use, working with partners and the community, for public benefit, enjoyment and environmental protection.
In an increasingly urban world, open space such as the Frog Pond Wetland Preserve provide a refuge for resident and migratory wildlife as well as humans. Maintaining and enhancing the Frog Pond’s wildlife habitat value is a high priority to the District.
With the District's recent acquisition of the former Rancho Canada Golf Club properties, new access to Palo Corona Regional Park via the Rancho Canada unit is now open, with no permit required. You…
The Summer 2018 Let's Go Outdoors! (LGO) Activities Guide is now available. To view the latest LGO, click here.
Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of the new Rancho Canada unit of Palo Corona Regional Park!
We are currently working on the General Development Plan (GDP) for Palo Corona Regional Park (PCRP). For more information and updates on the project, check out the PCRP GDP website.