Parks, preserves, and public spaces accessible now

Parks, preserves, and public spaces accessible now

June 29, 2020

Posted in: People & Places

We’ve always known that our parks and open spaces provide significant mental and physical health benefits to our community, and the current COVID-19 crisis has only underscored the importance of these lands. That’s why we were thrilled to see the recent re-opening of all our local parks and open space preserves as places where our community can safely experience the outdoors, get some exercise, and rejuvenate their minds, bodies, and souls.

We are proud to have been able to work with local cities and non-profits, and our partners at Sonoma County Regional Parks, to create numerous parks, preserves, and public spaces throughout our county.

The list below includes all the parks, preserves, and public spaces we’ve helped to create with your tax dollars and our local partners. Find the open space near you and plan your visit.* Please remember to carry a face covering when you are in a park and wear it when you come within six feet of other visitors. Enjoy the outdoors and stay safe!

SANTA ROSA

NORTH COUNTY

RUSSIAN RIVER/WEST COUNTY

SONOMA COAST

SONOMA VALLEY

SOUTH COUNTY

*Public access subject to change as the COVID-19 emergency evolves.