CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS is asking the public to offer input on the future of Seacliff and New Brighton State Beaches in Santa Cruz County as impacts of climate change continue to threaten the environment.
The state parks agency said in a Sept. 8 statement the public can participate in an online survey to share their comments on which recreational activities they prefer and what they value when visiting the parks.
Those interested can participate in the online survey here.
According to the state parks agency, the public outreach and engagement are part of a study which analyzes parks in the context of climate change and sea level rise. The study, expected to be completed in 2024, will evaluate options and opportunities moving forward, California State Parks said.