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San Gabriel resource study

The National Park Service is conducting a “special resource study” of portions of the San Gabriel River watershed and the San Gabriel Mountains. Our current newsletter presents several draft alternative concepts for the area, each of which offers a different collaborative, partnership-based approach to resource protection and public use and enjoyment, while respecting existing land management and ownership. You may request a printed copy from our office.

We will be hosting five public meetings between August 31 and September 15 in cities throughout the study area. The schedule is listed below. Please join us at one of the public meetings to learn more about the draft alternative concepts, and to share your ideas, thoughts and concerns. Your comments by mail, e-mail and internet are welcome through October 30, 2009.

Public Meeting Locations and Times We look forward to meeting you and hearing your ideas and comments at one of the following public meetings:

El Monte Monday, August 31st 7pm – 9pm City of El Monte Senior Center 3120 N. Tyler Avenue

Diamond Bar Wednesday, September 2nd 7pm – 9pm Diamond Bar Center Ballroom 1600 S. Grand Avenue

Santa Clarita Thursday, September 3rd 7pm – 9pm George A. Caravalho Activities Center Santa Clarita Room A 20880 Centre Point Parkway

Glendora Monday, September 14th 7pm – 9pm Glendora Public Library 140 South Glendora Avenue

Palmdale Tuesday, September 15th 7pm – 9pm Larry Chimbole Cultural Center, Lilac Room 38350 Sierra Highway

As directed by Congress in July 2003 (P.L. 108-042) , the National Park Service (NPS) is conducting a “special resource study” of portions of the San Gabriel River and its tributaries from the city of Santa Fe Springs to the north, and the San Gabriel Mountains within the territory of the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy. This area includes portions of the Angeles National Forest, as well as many communities along the San Gabriel River.

Many people, organizations, and agencies are working to conserve resources in this area to provide recreational opportunities, habitat restoration, watershed improvement, and flood protection. This study is intended to build on and complement the efforts that are underway. 

Contact Information

Mail:     National Park Service    San Gabriel Special Resource Study    Park Planning and Environmental Compliance    1111 Jackson Street, Suite 700    Oakland, CA 94607

  Martha Crusius, Project Manager, (510) 817-1447

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