On June 15, the California Legislature passed a $122 billion state budget that includes important funding for California’s state park system including $60 million to address deferred maintenance issues in state parks. California’s state park system currently has a deferred maintenance backlog estimated at over $1.2 billion, so this funding is a positive step forward in addressing this critical issue.
The budget also provides funding for specific state park improvements, including:
There are many other projects included in the budget. To see a full list of the projects specifically funded in the budget, you can access the Budget Act of 2016 and search ”state park”.
Use form below to send a message to Governor Brown, urging him to include this funding for state parks when he signs the state budget.
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Support State Park Funding
Dear Governor Brown,
As a strong supporter of California's 280 state parks, I urge you to sign the FY 2016-17 State Budget that was recently passed by the Legislature, and include funding for state parks.
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