By Bay City News
Sonoma County officials are seeking public advice on a development plan for the county’s newest park.
The Sonoma County Administrator’s Office announced in a statement Friday that with public recommendations, park officials will draft a blueprint that would guide and spur the development of the Calabazas Creek Regional Park and Open Space Preserve.
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The future park is set on a 1,290-acre area in the Mayacamas Mountains in eastern Sonoma Valley, county officials said.
Those interested can give their input at www.calabazascreekparkandpreserve.org/survey.