Fitzgerald Marine Reserve interpretive plan meeting, Saturday

Press release

By on Tue, June 2, 2009

The San Mateo County Department of Parks will host a neighborhood informational meeting on the proposed Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Interpretive Plan from 10 am to 11:30 am on June 6, followed by a public meeting from noon to 1 pm.

The public meeting will receive final comment regarding a proposed Fitzgerald Marine Reserve Interpretive Exhibit.  The proposed actions, including the Interpretive Exhibit, are based on the Conceptual Plan for Interpretation at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve [link]. 

The informational meeting will involve a walking tour to visit a number of proposed project sites including the education center, parking lot , ramp to the reef, signage, interpretive exhibit, coastal trail, Seal Cove stairway and bridge over San Vicente Creek. 

The Interpretive Exhibit will represent the low, medium and high tide zones of the Moss Beach reef using models of the typical plants and animals that visitors to Fitzgerald Marine Reserve can often observe. The model (1/20 scale of the future exhibit) will be on display in its proposed location for public comment. 

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve is located at 200 Nevada Avenue, Moss Beach, CA. 

For more information, contact David Holland, Director at (650) 599-1393 or [email protected].