This summer, the National Park Service initiated a new “special resource study” of the Rim of the Valley Corridor surrounding the San Fernando, La Crescenta, Santa Clarita, Simi and Conejo Valleys in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties of Southern California.
The Rim of the Valley Corridor study’s purpose is to determine whether any portion of the study area is eligible to be designated as a unit of the national park system or added to an existing national park such as the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The study will also explore other ways that private or governmental entities can protect resources and provide more outdoor recreation opportunities.
As the study begins, an email list is building of people who are interested in the study process or in the outcome of the study. To that end you are invited to register for email alerts on this website. People on the e-mail list will receive notices of upcoming meetings and current newsletters summarizing the study process and draft findings when they are available. Once you opt-in the e-mail list, you can easily opt-out if you decide that you are no longer interested. We will not share our email list with any other entity.
For more information, please visit the study website.