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Residents can weigh in on Tiburon parks at forums and walking tour

Tiburon residents can help define the future of the town’s parks by participating in community forums and a walking tour this month.

The town is looking to gather input from residents to help create a Parks, Recreation and Open Space master plan, intended to guide the use, development and management of Tiburon’s 70-acre parks-and-open-space system over the next 10-15 years.

That includes Shoreline Park, the Old Rail Trail and the Richardson Bay Lineal Park system spanning Blackie’s Pasture, McKegney Green and South of the Knoll Park, as well as tucked-away spots like Cypress Hollow Park, Belveron Mini Park and Zelinsky Park.

“It’s basically a blueprint for all of us to follow,” said David Eshoo, the town’s Public Works Engineering Manager.

The two forums are scheduled for 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at Town Hall, and the same time Sept. 12 via Zoom. The community walk will take place 1-3 p.m. Sept. 24 and will begin from the Blackie’s Pasture parking lot.

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