Laguna Grande Regional Park Plan

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In 1976, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District and Cities of Seaside and Monterey established the Laguna Grande Regional Park Joint Powers Agency (JPA). The JPA is tasked with the long-range planning, operation and maintenance of Laguna Grande Regional Park. The current park Master Plan was adopted in 1978. Many of the site improvements have been implemented and community interests and priorities may have changed.

The JPA has contracted BFS Landscape Architects to develop a trail maintenance strategy which will enable the maintenance and enhancement of the existing trail system within Laguna Grande Regional Park.

In 1976, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District and Cities of Seaside and Monterey established the Laguna Grande Regional Park Joint Powers Agency (JPA). The JPA is tasked with the long-range planning, operation and maintenance of Laguna Grande Regional Park. The current park Master Plan was adopted in 1978. Many of the site improvements have been implemented and community interests and priorities may have changed.

The JPA has contracted BFS Landscape Architects to develop a trail maintenance strategy which will enable the maintenance and enhancement of the existing trail system within Laguna Grande Regional Park.