As part of the Concord Naval Weapons Station redevelopment, a new park is being formed. The City of Concord and East Bay Regional Park District is seeking input on the new name for the park. It is currently being called the Concord Hills Regional Park.
Concord Residents can take the survey here that will help the Park District determine the permanent name for the park. Voting is open until March 9, 2020.
About the Concord Hills Regional Park
The new park, will encompass approximately 2,540 acres when completed. It will include future amenities such as a visitor center, staging areas, public access points, and miles of recreational trails for hiking, biking, and nature viewing.
In July of 2019 a ceremony for the transfer of 2,216 acres from the Navy to the Park Service occurred. Currently, the park is in land bank status and not available to the public.
The East Bay Regional Park District has made a brochure on the draft plan for the park available.
The full EIR plan is also available from the East Bay Regional Park District.