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Muir Woods Parking and Traffic Management

The National Park Service is in the process of examining a range of possible operational and physical improvements to mitigate parking congestion in Muir Woods.

Guided by their Core Values of healthy natural environment with emphasis on conservation, open space, climate protection and sustainability, the Mill Valley City Council has established environmental conservation, traffic mitigation, and effective communication as key issues. The City of Mill Valley has a long-standing commitment when it comes to environmental protection and other sustainability related initiatives, and has a history of encouraging thoughtful transportation planning and multi-modal transportation options.

While the City of Mill Valley has no regulatory authority over the land use and decision-making process in National Park Service lands, City officials are monitoring the project and communicating with the National Park Service regarding our concerns related to potential traffic and environmental impacts of the proposed options. The City has encouraged National Park Service representatives to extend and enhance their public communication efforts and to ensure that the decision-making process includes all viewpoints.

The following table lists the news updates and correspondence on the matter.

City News Updates:
June 16, 2014 - Update on Muir Woods Traffic and Parking Management & Meeting Announcement
January 14, 2014 - Muir Woods Transportation Projects - Update
Correspondence
June 2014 - Letter from City Manager McCann to NPS Planner Aviles
May 2014 - Letter from Mayor Moulton-Peters to Superintendent Dean
January 2014 -  Letter from City Manager McCann to Superintendent Dean        
October 2013 - Letter From City Manager McCann to NPS Staff


The National Park Service sends informational eNewsletters with information on this topic.  Go to their Planning, Projects and Public Involvement page and click on the link to sign up for the notifications.

Further questions and comments may be directed to Linn Walsh, Assistant to the City Manager, at lwalsh@cityofmillvalley.org or (415) 388-4033.



 

 

Last updated: 6/18/2014 2:00:49 PM