Save Del Paso Park
"  Here is your country. Cherish these natural wonders, cherish the natural resources, cherish the history and romance as a sacred heritage, for your children and your children's children. Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skin your country of its beauty, its riches or its romance."
  - Theodore Roosevelt, President & Environmentalist

Major Update:
Board of Supervisors Voted to Save the Park

On August 22, 2023, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted to start the process that can, ultimately, return Del Paso Park to the local community. To de-incorporate Del Paso Park (i.e. remove it from the City of Sacramento), the border change must be approved by the California Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO).

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The Beauty of Del Paso Park

Directly east of the Ruins of Renfree Field, north of Auburn Blvd, is the untouched wilderness of Del Paso Park & Nature Reserve. 

The park is a favorite destination of people throughout Arden & Carmichael and offers one of the last natural habitats of Sacramento County. 

Shockingly, this park, surrounded on three sides by county residents, is within the borders of the City of Sacramento. Sadly, the open space, history, and the unique natural habitat, that has been enjoyed for generations, is threatened by neglect and mismanagement by the City.

News Coverage

The following is a story by Fox 40 (March 22, 2023):

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The following is a story by CBS 13 (March 22, 2023):

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Sign The Petition

We have created a petition on the website. Please take a few moments to sign it and leave any comments you wish. We need the voice of the communities of Arden & Carmichael to be heard.

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