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Posted on: February 6, 2020

Help Name the New Park

Mt. Diablo hills on sunny day with clouds

A new regional park is coming to approximately 2,500 acres of the former Concord Naval Weapons Station. After many years of planning, the U.S. Navy began conveyance of the parks portion of the property to the East Bay Regional Park District in July 2019. 

While it is currently being referred to as "Concord Hills Regional Park," the Park District Board of Directors will be selecting the name of the new regional park later this Spring.To help inform their decision, they are asking members of the Concord community for input through this survey.

Please select your top choice from the options provided, which have been generated at previous events over the last few years with input from the Concord community. 

For more information about the new park, please visit the project website.


Photo credit: Stephen Joseph

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