On Wednesday, June 16, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., the Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program Planning Team will host a virtual public meeting to learn about and provide feedback on the draft programmatic recommendations. You're invited to share your ideas! The Planning Team...
In 2019, the California Coastal Commission, State Parks, the State Lands Commission and the Coastal Conservancy will work collaboratively to update the Hollister Ranch Public Access Program to finally provide long-delayed public access to the coast at Hollister Ranch.
The Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program Planning Team, a multi-agency effort that will lead to a shared vision for public access to the Hollister Ranch coastline, invites you to participate in our upcoming interactive public workshop. The focus of the first...
State Lands Commission and California Coastal Commission file joint lawsuit to protect public access to Martins Beach
Sacramento, Calif. – The state of California filed a lawsuit today to restore full public access to Martins Beach, a popular San Mateo County beach that was abruptly shuttered after Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla bought the adjacent property in 2008.
Collaboration Agreement for the Development of a Contemporary Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program
Commission staff and our agency partners, the California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Conservancy, and California State Parks, have completed a collaboration agreement
that will guide our coordination efforts to develop a new Hollister Ranch Access Program.
The Commission is pleased to announce that a Martins Beach donation information sheet and form are now available.
This guide is the result of years of development by the California Department of Justice and the California State Lands Commission.
At its December 2016 meeting the Commission was updated on the status of negotiations to acquire a public access easement to and along Martins Beach near Half Moon Bay in San Mateo County. Read the appraisal here.
The Commission and various partners proudly announce the Owens Lake Trail Grand Opening. The trail opening will increase public access and enhance wildlife habitat protections
Three Trails Totaling Four Miles of Pathways and Wildlife Viewing Stations Provide Top Stop for Birdwatching While Educating Public about Dust Mitigation Efforts
State Lands Commission & Coastal Commission file a joint amicus brief seeking to protect the public’s interests in the tidelands at Martins Beach
Sacramento – The California State Lands Commission and the California Coastal Commission have filed an application to submit a joint amicus curiae brief in the appeal of the Friends of Martin’s Beach case. Both state agencies have submitted the brief in Friends of...