|12/17/2018 12:20 PM|
Utility work will detour ARP Trail to Levee at Mile 8.5 on 12/26 - 27
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will be removing trees and vegetation along a portion of the Multi-Use trail at Mile 8.5 (at the Howe Avenue bridge). The multi-use trail will be detoured to the levee during this time. View the detour map for more information.
|12/12/2018 4:00 PM|
Notice – Utility equipment on ARP Trail at mile 22.5
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) will be trimming trees along a section of multi-use trail at Mile 22.5 (near the Nimbus Fish Hatchery in Gold River) from Jan. 2 - 4. The trail will be narrowed to one lane during this time. Flaggers will be on site to slow and direct traffic. View map for flagger location
. Expect delays.
|11/29/2018 1:45 PM|
American River Parkway Trail Closure Info
For your safety, both the Multi-Use and Equestrian Trails are currently closed between Rossmoor Bar and the Chase Drive Connector Trail. The Equestrian/Hiking Trail has completely washed out in this area and the Multi-Use Trail has suffered erosion. The detour routes people onto Ambassador Drive. View Detour Map here.
|11/26/2018 12:30 PM|
Discovery Park Restroom Closures
Discovery Park's well is currently off-line, which means water is unavailable in the park. Until water is restored, all restrooms are closed in Discovery Park. Once the well is up and running again, we will have to have the water tested before it is available for public use. Water is expected to be offline for at least three days. Check back for updates.
|11/2/2018 2:50 PM|
Discovery Park Trail Closures
The multi-use trail through Discovery Park will be closed from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Nov. 14, 15, 16 and 26 - 30, while PG&E has heavy equipment in the area for maintenance work within their transmission line right-of-way. The equestrian/hiking trail is closed now until November 16. There is a detour for bicyclists onto city streets, from the Garden Highway entrance of Discovery Park, to Northgate Blvd. We will be placing signs on the trails. For detour information, view the Discovery Park Trail Closures and Detour map. All trails will be open the week of Thanksgiving.
|10/31/2018 9:40 AM|
[UPDATED] Controlled Burn in Illa Collin Conservation Preserve - 11/2
Sacramento Metro Fire Department will be conducting a controlled burn on the Illa Collin Conservation Preserve, formerly known as Mather Wetlands Preserve, northwest of the Woodring-Zinfandel intersection. This fall burn will take place on 11/2, pending appropriate weather, and is part of the overall Regional Parks 2018 Fire Fuel Reduction Plan. For more information on this burn, including a map of the affected area, view the prescribed burn notice
|10/26/2018 4:00 PM|
Partial Trail Closure for Run the Parkway
Run the Parkway will be taking place along the American River Parkway on Sunday Nov. 4, 2018. The event starts and ends at the William B. Pond Recreation Area, with runners going upstream 6.5 miles to Sunrise Recreation Area and walkers and runners going downstream to Watt Avenue. The Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail will be closed from Sunrise Boulevard downstream to the Watt Avenue from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. There will be aid stations set up at approximately every 1 mile to provide support to the runners and walkers with food, fluids, and if needed, medical attention. Additional race details are available on the race website.
|10/19/2018 2:00 PM|
Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser
Join us for our Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser! Come support Pathways to Recreation and their dedication to assisting the programs of Therapeutic Recreation Services. The evening will include a delicious spaghetti dinner, salad, garlic bread and dessert. The night will also include live music performed by Flying Eagles Jazz Band; a performance by the TRS Dance, Dance, Dance Troup; a silent auction; and fun raffle prizes. Join us and be a part of our exciting event!
|10/12/2018 2:30 PM|
Trail Detour in Place During and After Aftershock Concert
The Monster Energy Aftershock Concert will be taking over Discovery Park Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13-14. The event is expected to take place from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. Sunday, but we anticipate spectators to be arriving as early as 8 a.m.
A slight trail detour
will be in place and will continue through Oct. 18 for the safety of our trail users. The park through road is also closed at this time for safety to allow for large equipment and trucks to set up for the event. View map here
|9/17/2018 5:00 PM|
NOTICE: Intermittent Trail Closure on American River Bike Trail
Expect intermittent trail closures from Mile 16 to Mile 17 due to a scheduled rangeland burn exercise. Metro Fire will be conducting a planned rangeland burn in the Ambassador Drive area of the American River Parkway on September 28 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., pending appropriate weather and air quality. The burn location was identified in Metro Fire’s Community Wildfire Protection Plan to reduce the threat of wildfire to homes by removing dry fuels in a controlled manner. This burn is also part of Sacramento County Regional Parks’ multi-pronged approach to wildfire risk reduction. Heat from the burn requires that the trail section from Mile 16 to Mile 17 be closed intermittently for visitor safety when flames are near the bike trail. Trail detour is from Chase Drive through Hagan Park to Ambassador Drive. See map for detour
|9/5/2018 4:00 PM|
Lower American River Conservancy Program
The Wildlife Conservation Board is now accepting grant applications for the Lower American River Conservancy Program, for projects that restore, enhance, interpret, protect or improve the American River Parkway’s natural, recreational, educational and cultural resources. Funding, deadline, eligibility and timeline information can be found on the Lower American River Conservancy Program Solicitation Notice
|3/5/2018 2:00 PM|
OHV 2017-18 Grant Application
The Sacramento County Regional Parks Department has submitted a preliminary grant application to the California State Parks Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Division for an OHV Law Enforcement grant.
As part of the grant process, the grant application is open for public review and comment; you can review the application at the following website: www.ohv.parks.ca.gov
Public comments must be submitted by April 2, 2018.
You may also submit comments via mail to:
Sacramento County Regional Parks
Attn: OHV Grant Administrator/Sergeant Elmer Marzan
4040 Bradshaw Road
Sacramento, CA 95827