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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5095.50-5095.54



5095.50.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Central Valley" means the geographic region extending from
approximately the City of Redding in the north to the Tehachapi
Mountains in the south, and from the valley floor up to 2,000 feet
elevation along the coastal range in the west and the Sierra Nevada
range in the east.
   (b) "Plan" means the detailed plan of implementation developed by
the department for its Central Valley Vision.



5095.51.  The department shall develop a detailed plan of
implementation for its Central Valley Vision. The plan shall identify
and prioritize specific sites and projects for acquisition and
development in the Cental Valley, based on the following objectives:
   (a) Expansion of resource protection and access to recreational
opportunities at existing state parks and other public lands.
   (b) Acquisition of lands with important natural, cultural, and
recreational values, focusing on lands that link state parks with
other public lands, particularly along water corridors.
   (c) Preservation and interpretation of historical and cultural
resources.
   (d) Expansion of interpretive and recreational programs and
opportunities in state park units.



5095.52.  To the extent feasible, the plan shall do all of the
following:
   (a) Identify specific opportunities and priorities for acquisition
and development of new and existing parks and recreational
opportunities, with priority given to the following:
   (1) Areas with significant or threatened natural resource values,
as blue oak and sycamore woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, and
native grasslands.
   (2) Areas along river corridors and other water bodies, and in the
Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta.
   (3) Areas that can be linked with other state park units or public
lands, providing natural corridors and linkages for wildlife and
trails.
   (4) Areas with unique California cultural and historical values.
   (5) Areas with the capacity to support recreational activities for
which there is a demonstrated unmet public interest and demand.
   (b) Expand opportunities and facilities for multiple and diverse
recreational activities, based on identified public interest and
demand.
   (c) Expand educational and interpretive services and facilities,
focusing on the unique cultural and historical resources of the
Central Valley.



5095.53.  The plan shall include a specific timeline for
implementation. By January 1, 2009, the department shall report to
the Legislature on the plan and timeline for implementation of the
plan.


5095.54.  This chapter shall be implemented to the extent that funds
are appropriated pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 75063 or any
other source.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5095.50-5095.54

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5095.50-5095.54



5095.50.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Central Valley" means the geographic region extending from
approximately the City of Redding in the north to the Tehachapi
Mountains in the south, and from the valley floor up to 2,000 feet
elevation along the coastal range in the west and the Sierra Nevada
range in the east.
   (b) "Plan" means the detailed plan of implementation developed by
the department for its Central Valley Vision.



5095.51.  The department shall develop a detailed plan of
implementation for its Central Valley Vision. The plan shall identify
and prioritize specific sites and projects for acquisition and
development in the Cental Valley, based on the following objectives:
   (a) Expansion of resource protection and access to recreational
opportunities at existing state parks and other public lands.
   (b) Acquisition of lands with important natural, cultural, and
recreational values, focusing on lands that link state parks with
other public lands, particularly along water corridors.
   (c) Preservation and interpretation of historical and cultural
resources.
   (d) Expansion of interpretive and recreational programs and
opportunities in state park units.



5095.52.  To the extent feasible, the plan shall do all of the
following:
   (a) Identify specific opportunities and priorities for acquisition
and development of new and existing parks and recreational
opportunities, with priority given to the following:
   (1) Areas with significant or threatened natural resource values,
as blue oak and sycamore woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, and
native grasslands.
   (2) Areas along river corridors and other water bodies, and in the
Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta.
   (3) Areas that can be linked with other state park units or public
lands, providing natural corridors and linkages for wildlife and
trails.
   (4) Areas with unique California cultural and historical values.
   (5) Areas with the capacity to support recreational activities for
which there is a demonstrated unmet public interest and demand.
   (b) Expand opportunities and facilities for multiple and diverse
recreational activities, based on identified public interest and
demand.
   (c) Expand educational and interpretive services and facilities,
focusing on the unique cultural and historical resources of the
Central Valley.



5095.53.  The plan shall include a specific timeline for
implementation. By January 1, 2009, the department shall report to
the Legislature on the plan and timeline for implementation of the
plan.


5095.54.  This chapter shall be implemented to the extent that funds
are appropriated pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 75063 or any
other source.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5095.50-5095.54

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5095.50-5095.54



5095.50.  For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions
apply:
   (a) "Central Valley" means the geographic region extending from
approximately the City of Redding in the north to the Tehachapi
Mountains in the south, and from the valley floor up to 2,000 feet
elevation along the coastal range in the west and the Sierra Nevada
range in the east.
   (b) "Plan" means the detailed plan of implementation developed by
the department for its Central Valley Vision.



5095.51.  The department shall develop a detailed plan of
implementation for its Central Valley Vision. The plan shall identify
and prioritize specific sites and projects for acquisition and
development in the Cental Valley, based on the following objectives:
   (a) Expansion of resource protection and access to recreational
opportunities at existing state parks and other public lands.
   (b) Acquisition of lands with important natural, cultural, and
recreational values, focusing on lands that link state parks with
other public lands, particularly along water corridors.
   (c) Preservation and interpretation of historical and cultural
resources.
   (d) Expansion of interpretive and recreational programs and
opportunities in state park units.



5095.52.  To the extent feasible, the plan shall do all of the
following:
   (a) Identify specific opportunities and priorities for acquisition
and development of new and existing parks and recreational
opportunities, with priority given to the following:
   (1) Areas with significant or threatened natural resource values,
as blue oak and sycamore woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, and
native grasslands.
   (2) Areas along river corridors and other water bodies, and in the
Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta.
   (3) Areas that can be linked with other state park units or public
lands, providing natural corridors and linkages for wildlife and
trails.
   (4) Areas with unique California cultural and historical values.
   (5) Areas with the capacity to support recreational activities for
which there is a demonstrated unmet public interest and demand.
   (b) Expand opportunities and facilities for multiple and diverse
recreational activities, based on identified public interest and
demand.
   (c) Expand educational and interpretive services and facilities,
focusing on the unique cultural and historical resources of the
Central Valley.



5095.53.  The plan shall include a specific timeline for
implementation. By January 1, 2009, the department shall report to
the Legislature on the plan and timeline for implementation of the
plan.


5095.54.  This chapter shall be implemented to the extent that funds
are appropriated pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 75063 or any
other source.

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