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Eugene, OR 97408
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Mission: To preserve and enhance parks and open space within Lane County in a manner that provides visitors outstanding customer service and a diverse, high-quality recreational experience that meets their needs and expectations.
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LANE COUNTY DRAFT MASTERPLAN UPDATE AVAILABLE
The new 20-Year Lane County Parks Master Plan Update is now available! We are excited to release this first comprehensive update to the original 1980 master plan. This plan will guide the management of county parks from 2016 through 2036. We are seeking and invite public comment on the draft. You can learn more about the master plan by visiting the Parks and Open Space Master Plan Update page.
FIRE RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN EFFECT
Lane County Restricts Open Flame, Fire in Parks; Restricts Access to Mt. Pisgah; and Halts Some Outdoor Work Due to Fire Danger.
Due to the high risk of fire in our area, Fire Chief Terry Ney of Lane Fire Authority has issued an emergency order that affects all Fern Ridge parks (Richardson Park, Orchard Point Park, Perkins Peninsula Park and Zumwalt Park), Baker Bay, Camp Lane, Howard Buford Recreation Area (Mt. Pisgah), Hendricks Bridge Park, and Armitage Park.
In compliance with the emergency order, Lane County Parks will be enforcing these restrictions at the parks listed above:
- No open flames are allowed out-of-doors, including campfires, warming fires, cooking fires or ceremonial fires.
- Fires of any kind, including in developed fire pits, are strictly prohibited at Armitage Park Campground and Richardson Park Campground.
- Fires are prohibited at the day use areas of Richardson Park, Orchard Point Park, Perkins Peninsula Park, Zumwalt Park, Hendricks Bridge Park and Armitage Park.
- No smoking outside of buildings or vehicles in any area with dry grass, brush or trees at all parks affected by the order.
In addition, Lane County is enacting a partial closure of Howard Buford Recreation Area (Mt. Pisgah) during the duration of the emergency order. Only the trails directly adjacent to the river (trails 3 and 5) will be open to the public. All other areas of the park will be closed to public access.
While these restrictions may cause some inconvenience to residents, Lane County appreciates the understanding of the community as we work together to protect our highly valued public parks and the safety of park users.
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