Off-Road Measure A Funds Survey on Parks and Open Space Use

Take The Marin County Parks Measure A Survey. Let them know trails and pathways are important to you!

Marin County Parks is seeking feedback from community members as they prepare to renew Measure A, a ¼ cent sales tax that is set to expire in March of next year.

They’ve launched a community survey to hear about how you enjoy parks and open spaces, what you think can be improved, and what projects you feel are important.

Please take a few minutes to tell Marin County Parks what you think.


One area of interest that is very important to MCBC is open space road and trail maintenance and improvement.

Here’s a list of some of the enhancements that have been implemented with Measure A funds over the past 9 years since it was originally passed in 2012:

  • Old Railroad Grade in Fairfax rerouted and a bridge constructed at “the plunge,” enhancing a key connector trail between Loma Alta and White Hill

  • New riding opportunities in Giacomini Open Space Preserve with the opening of Boulder Springs Trail, Contour Trail, Candelero Trail and Hunt Camp Trail

  • Val Vista Trail, Octopus Trail and Bob Middagh Trail built to improve flow and connectivity in Mill Valley’s Camino Alto, Alto Bowl and Blithedale Ridge Open Space Preserves

  • Riding in North Marin has been vastly improved with the opening of the Stafford Lake Bike Park, Eagle Rim Trail on Mount Burdell and the recently opened Ponti Ridge Trail in Marinwood

  • Repaving of the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multi-use Pathway.

Take the Survey Today by clicking this link

Your input will help guide budget recommendations and future planning. Visit the Measure A webpage for details about funding allocations and spending.

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