Commissioners to host Public Hearing on Walker Ranch Management Plan

Commissioners to host Public Hearing on Walker Ranch Management Plan

Boulder County, Colo. – The Boulder County Commissioners will host a Public Hearing to review the Proposed Management Plan for Walker Ranch. The Public Hearing will include an overview of the plan, a question and answer period with the Commissioners and an opportunity for public testimony. At the conclusion of the meeting the Commissioners can vote to approve, deny or alter the Management Plan.

What: Public Hearing

When: July 30, 4:30 p.m.

Where: Commissioners’ Hearing Room , 3rd Floor of the County Courthouse at 1325 Pearl Street, Boulder

The draft Walker Ranch Management is intended to guide the management of Walker Ranch for the next 15 years.  It provides guidance on access, recreation, resource protection and resource management practices.

For more information about the Walker Ranch Management Plan Update, go to or contact Jesse Rounds, Resource Planner,



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