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Recreation and Resiliency Master Plan
Project Contact: Senior Administrative Analyst, Erika Seward
One of the Board of Supervisor's initiatives for the Recreation Division is to develop a Recreation and Resilience Master Plan to identify and advance key goals and objectives to address challenges and opportunities for Nevada County’s open space, trails, and other recreational interfaces. In addition, the Recreation and Resilience Master Plan will prioritize solutions that promote community health and safety, economic development, creative placemaking, landscape restoration, environmental sustainability, climate change adaptation, and resilience.
The planning process will engage diverse partners, including, but not limited to, public lands managers, nonprofit stakeholders, and user groups, to plan, fund, and implement sustainable solutions. The plan will include clear identification of viable, prioritized recreation enhancement and development projects, and related funding strategies, in unincorporated Nevada County and that involve Nevada County government.
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As part of the planning process, the public will have opportunities to provide comments, join in on surveys, and help develop the proposed master plan.
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|Requests for Proposals issued on June 3, 2022, seeking a qualified firm to develop a Master Plan to identify and advance key goals and objectives to address challenges and opportunities for Nevada County’s open space, trails, and other recreational interfaces, and prioritize solutions that promote community health and safety, economic development, creative placemaking, landscape restoration, environmental sustainability, climate change adaptation, and resilience.||Completed|
|Resolution approving the contract between the County of Nevada and Design Workshop occurred on September 27, 2022.||Completed|
|Phase 1: Project kick-off, information, inventory analysis, and assessment of current conditions (existing recreational lands, programming, and ecological conditions at risk). Included Public and Stakeholder Outreach and Engagement - focus groups and interviews were conducted.|
|Phase 2: Opportunities and Trend Analysis with a Request for Potential Projects from the Community||Tentatively |
Begins June 3
|Phase 3: Recreation Improvement Plan/Recommendations|
|Phase 4: Final Plan Document and Plan Adoption|