San Bruno Mountain Park Master Plan 1982
San Bruno Mountain State and County Park is operating under a General Plan adopted in May 1982. See the plan attached below.
San Bruno Mountain Park Master Plan Draft 2001
Since the establishment of the 1982 plan, several changes have occurred that need to be taken into consideration for the complete management of the Parks natural, cultural and recreational resources.
The primary change, the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP), was written six months after the approval of the General Plan. The HCP greatly influenced the management and operation of the Park for the enhancement of habitat for the species of concern. It also established various development agreements with the surrounding communities, developers and private interests. This, in turn, resulted in growth of the population on the perimeter of the Park, which is now placing an increased demand on the Park for recreational resources. Land to be donated and “dedicated” for habitat to the San Bruno Mountain State and County Park was included in these development agreements as mitigation for the impact of the development to the endangered species. This future addition of land also needs to be managed by the County for natural, cultural and recreational resources.
The purpose of 2001-updated Master Plan, attached below, is to incorporate these changes, evaluate the existing conditions, determine current and future demand for land use and facilities, and review the operations of the Park. To present all of this information, this Master Plan is separated into the following elements:
- Objectives and Policies
- Land Use and Facilities
- Operations and Maintenance