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10 Jan 2013

Provide comments on Draft Horse Gulch Open Space Management Plan

Posted by Adam Howell


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img_1048If you have something to say about the way that you think Durango’s Horse Gulch open space should be managed, you should know that the City is accepting comments on the Horse Gulch Open Space Management Plan up until January 31, 2013. Please read the City’s press release below that was posted on their website today:

The City of Durango is seeking comments from the public on the Horse Gulch Open Space Management Plan. The draft Management Plan provides a framework for the sound stewardship of the Horse Gulch open space area and is available for review on the City’s website at durangogov.org and by clicking on Hot Topics.

Horse Gulch is part of a large open space and recreational area that includes public lands owned by the City of Durango, La Plata County, and the Bureau of Land Management. This entire landscape encompasses more than 3,600 acres and includes the Telegraph, Raider Ridge and Horse Gulch Trail System – an approximately 60-mile natural surface single track trail network used exclusively for non-motorized recreation.

Public comments on the draft Management Plan are encouraged and should be submitted in writing by email to rec@durangogov.org by January 31, 2013. For additional information, please contact Durango Parks and Recreation Department at 375-7321.

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