The Belmont Park and Recreation Commission will have an update report and a discussion on the open space areas of Belmont at its regular November meeting, Wednesday Nov. 7 at 7p.m. The commission meets in the City Council Chambers of Belmont City Hall, One Twin Pines Lane.
The report will review several aspects of open space including trail access, use and maintenance; interface with neighborhoods; fire management and environmental benefits. Much of the report will focus on the Waterdog and Western Hills areas but the San Juan Canyon purchases and future plans will be included.
This is not intended to be a discussion specifically about the development of the purchased properties in the San Juan areas but a map of the properties will be included and the people who have expressed concern about those properties are welcome to make their views public at the meeting.
Anyone else who uses and loves the open space areas is encouraged to come to the meeting to make your views known including if you have concerns about use.
Although there have been no reported injuries or significant issues, there have been some reports of concern about mountain bike riders and several complaints about dogs off leash.
If you love the open space or you have any concerns about the open space, please come join the discussion. You can review the staff report on the Belmont Website or click here.
Have a great day!