Region 6 Designation

Designating roads and trails in southern Marin preserves.

UPDATED: NOVEMBER 18, 2021

60-Day Comment Period Underway

Following the online community workshop on Wednesday, November 17, the public comment period for Region 6 designation is now open through Monday, January 18, 2022. If you were unable to attend the workshop, a video is available by clicking the link below (in the Community Workshop section). Region 6 is the final region in the formal road and trail system designation process for County open space preserves which has taken place over the past several years. For more information about road and trail designation, read Region 6 FAQs.

DRAFT DESIGNATION MAPS
HOW TO COMMENT ON THE DRAFT DESIGNATION MAPS:
  • Comment online
  • Sign up for a virtual office hour with a planner
  • Meet with staff in person at an upcoming "Coffee with a Planner" tabling event:
    • Saturday, November 20 from 9 am to noon on Ring Mountain Preserve at the intersection of Ring Mountain and Taylor fire roads
    • Saturday, December 11 from 9 am to noon on Old Saint Hilary Preserve at the entry to Vistazo Fire Road (east side)

 

Community Workshop

On Wednesday, November 17, the Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD) hosted an online community workshop on designating a formal road and trail system in Region 6, which includes Ring Mountain and Old St. Hilary’s preserves. Principal Natural Resources Planner Jon Campo described the planning process and draft concept maps, and outlined opportunities for public comment. Attendees participated in a question-and-answer session.

  • November 17 Zoom Community Workshop Video