East Bay Regional Park District is developing a new Regional Park at the former Roddy Ranch Golf Course in Antioch, CA.
Please join East Bay Regional Park District for a public meeting to learn about:
- Habitat restoration, recreation, and public access planning
- A summary of existing conditions, constraints, and opportunities
- Project timeline and other opportunities to be involved
For more information, and to view a post-meeting recording, please visit the project website: ebparks.org/about/planning/roddyranch/
Meeting will be held online via Zoom. To register, please contact Eddie Willis, Planner at [email protected]
About Roddy Ranch Golf Course
Roddy Ranch Golf Course was a 230-acre, 18-hole course located off Deer Valley Road at the south end of Antioch, CA. The East Bay Regional Park District is developing a Habitat Restoration and Public Access Plan to restore native grassland habitat and include paths and facilities for passive public recreation, such as walking, jogging, and picnicking. The former golf course property will be a part of the larger 3,500-acre future Deer Valley Regional Park. The planning process to open the former golf course as a park is expected to take 18 months.
Video interview with World Rodeo Champion, Jack Roddy; Total Video Time 13m: 18sec