Baylands Comprehensive Conservation Plan

Lucy Evans Nature Center

The City of Palo Alto is preparing the Baylands Comprehensive Conservation Plan (BCCP). The BCCP will address future management of the Baylands including conservation, recreation and visitor use. Upon completion, the BCCP will become a framework for managing the Baylands for the next 15 years and beyond. Stakeholder and public input are important aspects of the planning process.

Review the draft goals, example objectives, and example vision statement for the BCCP.

Thank you for your interest in the BCCP!

Download Other Materials:
Baylands Existing Conditions Report

December 5, 2017 Key themes from Community/Stakeholder Meeting

December 5, 2017 Community/Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting 2

December 5, 2017 Community Meeting Flyer

Themes from the October 17, 2017 Stakeholder Group Meeting

Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting 1 (PDF)

February 15, 2018 Meeting Goals, Objectives and Handouts

February 15, 2018 Community Stakeholder Advisory Meeting 3

May 31, 2018 Planned Future Activities

May 31, 2018 Vision, Goals, Objectives

Baylands User Survey Summary April/May 2018

September 17, 2018 Opportunities Analysis, Best Management Practices and Recommendations - DRAFT

November 2018, Climate Change and Sea Level Rise

November 2018, Opportunities and Challenges Analysis and Best Management Practices

February 5, 2019 Concepts for the Former ITT Property Renzel Wetlands - DRAFT

February 5, 2019 Appendix A - Former ITT Property

Byxbee Park Master Plan - FINAL

Concepts for the Former ITT Property/ Emily Renzel Wetlands - FINAL

March 2019 Baylands Comprehensive Conservation Plan - DRAFT

We hope you will take some time to become involved in the planning process!


The BCCP Planning Team