The U.S. Forest Service has received an OHV grant from the State of California to support motorized and non-motorized recreation planning efforts for the “Shady Rest” area within the Town of Mammoth Lakes. The desired outcome of the planning process is to design, review, and approve the development of a new motorized staging area.
A series of public meetings will discuss current and future recreation uses and review site development options. Information from the public meetings will be used to help develop a proposed action released to the public.
The meetings will be held on Thursday, Feb. 10: “Existing Condition, Current Uses and Needs Assessment,” Thursday, Feb. 17: “Multiple Uses, Recreation Development Options” and Thursday, March 3: “Presentation and Review of Recreation Alternatives.”
All meetings will be held at the auditorium of the Mammoth Lakes Ranger Station and begin at 5:30 p.m., with an expected 1.5-hour meeting time.
For further questions regarding the recreation planning process, contact Jon Kazmierski, recreation officer for the Mammoth Lakes and Mono Lake Ranger Districts, at 760.924.5503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.