Author Topic: Here's your chance to help shape the future of the Carnegie State Vehicular Recr  (Read 2061 times)

Offline Pantheus

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The new Carnegie General Plan needs your comments and input!   

Help shape the future of the Carnegie State Vehicle Recreation Area (SVRA)! The state has released a survey and comment page seeking your input and feedback on the new general plan for this facility.

Riders have two ways to contribute:

   1. On the first section of the survey, there are only 6 items needing a response(checkboxes):


   2. This second link --


-- offers you a place to leave more detailed feedback. Share your own personal history and experiences at the facility. Do not assume that the people reading your answers are familiar with every aspect of your particular form of OHV recreation.

You can be sure that the opponents of off highway vehicle (OHV) recreation will be providing plenty of comments against OHV use on public lands, and we need the riding community to step up and support the long planned park expansion.

Sample comments can be everything from the general, such as "I would like to see the Plan improve the quality of the riding at the existing park, while providing new experiences” or “most of all I really want a bigger park with miles of well-maintained trails and roads to provide a safe fun place or my family and I to ride on” to the specific, such as "I prefer opportunities for a family experience that combines a system of single track, and ATV width trails” or “I think there should be a place set aside for special events.”

Upon completion the General Plan will serve as a guide for future development and management of Carnegie SVRA. This plan will also address the future use and management of the adjacent Alameda-Tesla property to be annexed to the SVRA upon completion of the General Plan.

This survey will be available until October 12, 2012, but don’t delay – complete the survey today and be sure your friends do it as well!
« Last Edit: June 05, 2012, 11:39:47 AM by Pantheus »

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