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September 25, 2012 -- California State Parks (CSP) invites you to the first public meeting for the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park General Plan.The primary purpose of the meeting is to provide an opportunity for the general public to voice their hopes and concerns about the future of this special park. In addition, CSP staff will introduce the general plan process, as well as summarize natural and cultural data gained through a resource inventory of the park.

The General Plan Team is comprised of dedicated CSP staff such as landscape architects, environmental scientists, historians, archaeologists, interpreters, rangers and maintenance staff who will be present to gather input regarding park issues of interest to you.

The Team encourages you to further participate in the general plan process by attending future public workshops, visiting the project webpage, and emailing any additional ideas and comments to the general plan team.

A General Plan is mandated for all state park units by the California Public Resources Code.  The plan becomes the primary management document for a unit of the State Park System, establishing its purpose and management direction for the future.  The plan does not provide specific designs or locations of facilities but does provide a vision for the park and guidelines for park use, management and development.

Meeting information:

October 3, 2012 (Wednesday)

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Viejas Casino – DreamCatcher Showroom

5000 Willows Rd.

Alpine, CA 90901

Questions and comments may be directed to:

ATTN: Cuyamaca Rancho State Park General Plan Team


California State Parks

Southern Service Center

2797 Truxtun Rd.

San Diego, CA 92106

ATTN: Cuyamaca Rancho State Park General Plan Team


If you would like to receive updates about the project please email us at:

For more information visit the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park General Plan webpage at or by scanning the QR code with your smartphone:


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