Prison Hill OHV Area Meeting Update
The National OHV Conservation Council, Monday, May 21st meeting was well attended with numerous OHV users from different use backgrounds as well as local hikers and residents that live right there on Golden Eagle Lane (the houses at the end of the road in to the staging). Also in attendance were Carson City employees including the Parks and Rec. Open Space Department Manager.
The agenda for the meeting was to get users thoughts and ideas on how WE THE USERS would like to see the area managed. Ideas were written down, prioritized and discussed. Comments can still be submitted until June 21st, by email to Alexis Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prison Hill Recreation Area: OHV Management Plan Open House
The National Off-Highway Conservation Council (NOHVCC) in conjunction with Carson City Nevada, with grant funding from the Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles, has begun the process of developing an OHV management plan for the southern portion of Prison Hill Recreation Area. This plan will serve to provide a long term vision for the management of the area of Prison Hill open to off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation. In order to make this plan successful we will rely heavily on input from local stakeholders such as yourself. To collect this feedback an open house will be held on Monday May 21 at 6:00pm at the Carson City Community Center. The open house will feature information on the project, and will allow ample time for you to share your thoughts and ideas on the project moving forward. Please feel free to invite those who you believe would be interested in attending, and to share the attached flyer which includes information about the event. If you have any questions on the open house or the project in general please feel free to contact me.
NOHVCC Project Manager