Protecting Marin’s Open Spaces


Do you love Marin’s open spaces, parks and agricultural lands? Thank Measure A and its quarter-cent sales tax for protecting it all. Earlier this year,  Marin County Parks conducted its 2019 survey and received lots of feedback the organization can use in budget planning and setting priorities for Measure A funds and other resources. Top budget priorities for the 4,800 residents who participated? Vegetation management and wildland fire fuels reduction. While the majority approved of the parks’ work, 96 percent wanted to keep or increase funding for top projects. These included road, trail and park facilities maintenance and improvements.

This article originally appeared in Marin Magazine’s print edition with the headline: “Getting an A”.