Initial public comment period has started for Rabbit Mountain Open Space Plan


August 14, 2013

Contact: Vivienne Jannatpour, Communication Specialist, 303-678-6277

Initial public comment period has started for Rabbit Mountain Open Space Plan

Boulder County, Colo. – Boulder County Parks & Open Space staff has begun planning for an update to the Rabbit Mountain Open Space Management Plan and will be taking initial public comments until Sept. 10. Your input will help shape the future management of the planning area.

As part of the initial public comment period, Parks & Open Space will be hosting a public open house for the Rabbit Mountain management plan on Aug. 29. The open house will be an opportunity to meet in-person with Parks & Open Space staff, ask questions about resources and management, and provide input about future management.

Rabbit Mountain Open Space Public Open House
Date: Aug. 29
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: Boulder County Parks & Open Space Building, 5201 St. Vrain Road, Longmont

The purpose of the initial public comment period is to gather the public’s interests, ideas, and concerns early in the planning process about the future management of Rabbit Mountain. Your comments will help Parks & Open Space in the preparation of the update to the management plan for Rabbit Mountain.

The updated management plan will:

  • Document the current resources within Rabbit Mountain Open Space, including the important cultural, natural, recreational, and agricultural resources
  • Seek new opportunities and discover what we don’t know about the planning area
  • Provide for the long-term stewardship of the land and visitor uses through the creation of good goals and objectives, which are innovative, flexible, and meet the interests of stakeholders

For more information and to provide comments, visit

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