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04/03/2024 - Parks Master Plan Community Meetings Start Tonight! Your Input is Needed!
San Andreas, CA...Outdoor spaces and amenities for all ages are valuable and essential to Calaveras County. In September of 2023 Calaveras County contracted with O’Dell Engineering to create the County’s first Parks Master Plan. A Parks Master Plan provides an abundance of benefits to a community including, but not limited to; assessing current and future recreation needs of the community, establishing a long-range vision, prioritizing capital improvement projects, strategizing to fill gaps and reduce redundancies within the parks systems, building community support, promoting new ideas and partnerships, and encouraging new opportunities for future development.



 

The Parks Master Plan will encompass the following County parks and facilities:

Alex Quinones Park, San Andreas (leased to San Andreas Recreation and Park District -SARPD)
Nielson Park, San Andreas (leased to San Andreas Recreation and Park District – SARPD)
Mountain Ranch Community Park (leased to Mountain Ranch Community Club – MRCC)
Murphys Park, Murphys (leased to Murphys Community Club – MCC)
Rail Road Flat Community Center, Rail Road Flat (leased to Blue Mountain Community Renewal Council – BMCRC)
A comprehensive plan is backed by the community. Calaveras’ Parks Master planning will engage residents throughout the County through several community meetings and an online survey. The goal of the community meetings and online survey is to analyze the current programs and facilities and to consider the community needs and aspirations.

The Community Meetings will be held at 5:30 PM on the following dates:

Wednesday April 3rd, 2024, Calaveras County Firehouse, 6501 Jenny Lind Rd Valley Springs
Thursday April 4th, 2024, Governor’s Mansion, 101 Stone Street Copperopolis
Thursday April 11th, 2024, West Point Community Hall 22283 State Route 26 West Point
Wednesday April 17th, 2024, Native Sons Hall 389 Main Street Murphy’s
Thursday April 18th, 2024, Jenny Lind Veterans Memorial 300 W Daphne Street Valley Springs
If you cannot attend any of the community meetings, an online survey will be available 3/29/24 through 4/25/24, the link can be found on our website. If you have any questions, you can email the County at ParksandRec@calaverascounty.gov
04/15/2024 - The Annual White Park Committee Meeting is April 15th
Arnold, CA...White Pines Park Committee is a nonprofit organization made up of volunteers whose primary purpose is to maintain and improve all 90 acres of White Pines Park. Please consider joining us for our Annual Meeting. There are many chances to volunteer in addition to the annual cleanup day. Volunteers are needed to: pick up litter, mow weeds, rake leaves/pine needles, cut/remove dead tree limbs, help with burn piles, clean restrooms & BBQ pits, leaf blow: picnic areas, parking lots, basketball & pickleball courts, clean playground & volleyball court – remove pinecones/rocks, remove debris/rocks off beach & sweep steps.  These are some great ways to help the park and serve your community.


WHITE PINES PARK COMMITTEE
Post Office Box 726
Arnold, California 95223
whitepinespark.com
501-C3, Tax ID 68-01-83337
NOTICE OF ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING
The White Pines Park Committee will hold their Annual Public meeting and election of OPEN Officer and Director positions:
6:30 p.m.
Monday, April 15, 2024
Ebbetts Pass Fire Station #1 - Training Room
1037 Blagen Road,
Arnold, CA 95223
White Pines Park Committee is a nonprofit organization made up of volunteers whose primary purpose is to maintain and improve all 90 acres of White Pines Park.
Please consider joining us for our Annual Meeting. There are many chances to volunteer in addition to the annual cleanup day. Volunteers are needed to:
• pick up litter • mow weeds • rake leaves/pine needles • cut/remove dead tree limbs • help with burn piles • clean restrooms & BBQ pits • leaf blow: picnic areas, parking lots, basketball & pickleball courts • clean playground & volleyball court – remove pinecones/rocks • remove debris/rocks off beach & sweep steps These are some great ways to help the park and serve your community.
03/07/2024 - Roundabout or Signalized Intersection? Angels Camp Mobility Project Open House Today!

Angels Camp, CA ...The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in close collaboration with the city of Angels Camp, is excited to announce a forthcoming public meeting dedicated to the Mobility Project, a key initiative aimed at addressing long-standing traffic circulation and safety concerns in the region. This invitation extends to all community members, local businesses, and media outlets to participate in a critical dialogue about the future of mobility in our area.

Event Details:

- Date: March 7

- Time: 4 pm to 8 pm

- Location: Bret Harte Multi-purpose room

The Mobility Project emerges in response to extensive studies that have identified significant traffic and safety issues along the Highway 4 and 49 corridor, particularly with the influx of hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. These concerns have prioritized the project within Caltrans' objectives, focusing on creating safer, less congested streets not just for today's generation but for future ones as well. The project's scope goes beyond Angels Camp, affecting multiple economies and communities along these vital state routes.

https://angelscamp.gov/upcoming-opportunity-to-engage-with-caltrans-on-the-mobility-project-shaping-our-future-together/

This initiative represents a pivotal opportunity for our community to come together, voice concerns, and contribute to a comprehensive plan that addresses both current and future mobility needs. The project underscores a collective effort to enhance the quality of life for residents, ensure the safety of our roads for businesses and visitors, and support the economic vitality of the region.

We cordially invite members of the press to share this information with the public and join us at the event. Your participation is crucial in raising awareness about the Mobility Project and its importance to our community's future. Interviews with Caltrans officials and city representatives will be available to provide further insights into the project's goals, expected outcomes, and how it will shape the landscape of transportation in Angels Camp and beyond.

The California Department of Transportation is dedicated to enhancing California's economy and livability by improving its transportation network. Caltrans manages over 50,000 miles of California's highway and freeway lanes, provides inter-city rail services, and supports public transportation across the state.

We look forward to engaging with our community and the press on March 7. Together, we can forge a path toward a more mobile, safe, and vibrant future for everyone in our region.

03/09/2024 - Free Rabies Vaccine & Microchip Clinic on March 9th
San Andreas, CA...Coming up in March for Calaveras County residents! Please do take advantage of this excellent, well-run event to assure your pets are up to date on vaccines and that they are microchipped for their safety and your peace of mind.


Too many pets go missing and are never reunited with owners; our county shelter, crowded as it is with stray pets, is a case in point.

The event is organized by our dedicated partner non-profit, FOCAS. To support their wonderful work, visit their website at: https://focasweb.com

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