North TSA Alerts
Plan process: Open Space and Mountain Parks will return to the Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) on Wednesday, Feb. 10, to present recommended revisions to both Scenario A and Scenario B. These further revised scenarios will include suggestions OSBT members provided at their January study session. The latest version of the scenarios and the OSBT meeting packet will be available on Friday, Feb. 5.
OSBT members will be asked to approve changes to the scenarios and select the scenario to be used as a basis for the draft plan. The meeting will include a public hearing on this topic where community members can provide input.
Following the February board meeting, OSMP will prepare a draft North TSA Plan based on the scenario selected by the board. Staff will again return to the OSBT in mid-March to ask the board to recommend to city council approval of a North TSA Plan. The public will be able to provide comment about the draft plan during the public comment period at the start of the March OSBT meeting.
OSMP anticipates presenting the North TSA Plan to the Boulder City Council in May.
North TSA Plan refined scenarios: OSMP has refined the four preliminary scenarios into two refined scenarios for the North TSA Plan. Learn more about the refined scenarios and the actions they each propose. In addition to the proposed new trails that will be provided, to see which social trails will be closed and restored under each scenario, please see the Overall Scenario A Map and Overall Scenario B Map .
North TSA Spotlight Areas: View spotlights on three areas in the North TSA: Joder Ranch, Boulder Valley Ranch and the North Foothills Habitat Conservation Area. Learn more about these important, but perhaps lesser-known locales on the North TSA Spotlights page.
North TSA Plan
Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) is developing a community vision for 7,700 acres of OSMP-managed lands north of Linden Avenue and the Diagonal Highway. The North Trail Study Area (TSA) Plan seeks to improve visitor experiences and increase the sustainability of trails and trailheads while conserving the area’s natural, cultural and agricultural resources.Participate in the North TSA Plan
There are many ways to participate in the North TSA Plan: provide email comments, sign up for North TSA email updates, view upcoming events/meetings and learn about youth engagement opportunities
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Thanks so much for all the time and energy you’ve been putting into the Nicker. I just went back and re-read all the posts since the beginning — what a wide range of topics and opportunities to educate the horse community! I appreciate it.
Thank you Suzanne for taking the time to look over the posts. I appreciate your feedback and hope that you are enjoying it as much as I do.