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The Marin County Board of Supervisors will hear an update about the parking situation at the Muir Woods National Monument in late January.
Representatives from the U.S. National Parks Service and the county’s Department of Public Works will give a presentation to supervisors at their Jan. 25 meeting.
Twice a year, the supervisors receive an update about the park’s long-term sustainability plan as well as its parking reservation system, which started in 2018 as a way to minimize traffic congestion and parking impacts, according to county officials.
“NPS and the County of Marin are committed to a phased elimination of parking outside of the monument’s boundaries,” county officials said in a media release. “The Jan. 25 progress update will provide a detailed rundown of what has been accomplished since the last update in May 2021 and what the public can expect moving forward.”
Information about how the public can participate in the meeting can be found on the county’s website.