Within the City limits are two County regional parks, Bonelli Park (1650 acres) and San Dimas Canyon Park (130 acres). Open space in San Dimas is evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Preservation of natural areas, wildlife habitat, wetlands, agriculture, and visual corridors.
- Linkages and trails, access to public lakes, streams and other usable open space lands, stream corridors and scenic corridors along existing highways.
- Conservation of natural resources including, but not limited to, forest lands, rangelands, agricultural lands, aquifer recharge areas, and surface water.
- District parks devoted to low-impact recreational uses.
- Implementing greenways and open space policies or strategies.
Open space contributes to the quality of life in the city by providing a buffer between urban and less developed areas, enhancing property values, and adding to the enjoyment of the commercial or high-density residential areas.
For additional information regarding open space please contact Ann Garcia at (909) 394-6282.
Walnut Creek Habitat and Open Space Project
Update – June 18, 2020
Phase 1 of the Walnut Creek Open Space Project is almost completed. Remaining work on drainage and plant maintenance is currently underway. The pictures below show the trail as well as amenities.
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Garcia at (909) 394-6282 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Update – June 11, 2020
As part of Phase 1, planting has been completed and irrigation to these plants is underway. The two view points are almost complete, with only a bit more work on the split rail fence. We are awaiting a dog waste station will also be installed and some trail signage with some botanical interpretive signs.