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.
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.
MILL CREEK REDWOOD PRESERVE IS CLOSED INDEFINITELY DUE TO DAMAGE FROM THE SOBERANES FIRE.
The Ventana Wildlife Society (VWS) and Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District have entered into a five year agreement for the purpose of providing a temporary California Condor feeding station at…