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Fire Management Plan Amendment for Rancho Corral de Tierra

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All national parks with burnable vegetation are required to have a wildland fire management plan (FMP). The current FMP for Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) was adopted in 2006 following a public planning process that considered several strategies for wildland fire management in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Since that time, nearly 4,000 acres at Rancho Corral de Tierra (Rancho) were added to the park. When national parks receive land donations or purchase additional land having burnable vegetation, the parks' FMP must be amended to include the new lands. The current public planning process focuses on wildland fire management planning for Rancho Corral de Tierra. We are soliciting input from the public on a Draft Amendment to the GGNRA FMP for Rancho.

Two meetings will be held that will present information regarding this amendment:

Fire Safe San Mateo Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, June 12
9:30AM – 11:30AM (presentation at 10:00AM)
Woodside Town Hall, Woodside, CA

Fire Management at Rancho - Public Meeting
Tuesday, June 25
6PM – 8PM (presentation at 6:30PM)
Farallone View Elementary School
Montara, CA

More details about these meetings can be found by clicking the Meeting Notices link on the left.

To submit comments on the Draft Amendment, please click on the Document List link to the left, then click on the Draft Amendment file link, and click Comment on Document.

Contact Information

goga_planning@nps.gov or (415) 561-4700