Update on Recent Communications
In April 2014 the National Park Service released the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Muir Woods National Monument Final General Management Plan (GMP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
Mill Valley City officials were concerned to see that the GMP/EIS included a proposed option of a permanent parking lot and park-run shuttle stop located on Panoramic Highway. Mayor Moulton Peters wrote a letter to Park Superintendent Dean expressing concern at this development.
In May, 2014, Superintendent Dean wrote a letter to Congressman Jared Huffman asserting that the NPS does not have any plans or intentions to build a parking lot at this site, and communicated his intention to add language to the Record of Decision for the GMP that clarifies that there will be no parking lot on Panoramic Highway.
In late May, 2014, NPS planners met with Mayor Stephanie Moulton-Peters and City Manager Jim McCann to discuss and address the City's concerns. In early June, 2014, NPS representatives gave a brief presentation on the topic of parking and congestion at the June 2 City Council Meeting, and the City Manager wrote a letter thanking NPS representatives for their recent efforts to be responsive to Mill Valley concerns.
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Save the Date For a Public Meeting
Muir Woods Reservation System for Parking & Shuttles
The National Park Service invites the community to a public meeting about a proposed reservation system for parking and shuttles to manage traffic congestion and visitation at Muir Woods. This meeting follows an initial public scoping meeting held on September 18, 2013 at the Tam Valley Elementary School. Representatives from the County of Marin and California State Parks plan to attend and participate in the meeting.
Date: Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Location: Tam Valley Community Center
203 Marin Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941
The concept for a parking lot on Panoramic Highway at Homestead Hill has been eliminated from further consideration.
More information will be available on the project website before the meeting.
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