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Vineyard Mountain Park and Recreation District

No automatic alt text available.The Vineyard Mountain Park and Recreation District (VMPR) was established in 1980, replacing the Vineyard Mountain Recreation Club which was established in 1971 to manage the horse facilities and other recreational facilities for Vineyard Mountain residents (see Art Stonehill’s History of Vineyard Mountain

 VMPR operates as an Oregon Park and Recreation District in accordance with Oregon State Statute, Chapter 266 . The State Statute specifies the number of board members (3-5), election process, scope of operation, and general provisions, including meeting requirements.

 VMPR is responsible for the 29.74 acres that constitutes the Vineyard Mountain “Park”, a largely undeveloped open space. 1.42 acres are leased to the Vineyard Mountain Swim Club for the operation of the Vineyard Mountain Pool. The following Objectives/Goals (developed after a survey of Vineyard Mountain residents) guide the actions of the Board as published in the Forest Stewardship Planwith emphasis placed on fire safety, restoration of oak habitat and recreational access.


Yes, we are using THE PATH. 
We caught Pat McGowan taking

a stroll one January afternoon below the Snow Park.  This gravel walkway can be accessed from Concord and Sulphur Springs, from the Pool, and from the Snow Park across from Lower Worden and Concord.  Check it out!

 

 










 


 


 


 


 





 




Vineyard Mountain Park Stewardship Plan completed, September 2014. Executive Summary is available HERE.

Complete Plan is available in the Document Archive below.


see Announcements below





Boundaries of Vineyard Mountain Park District parcels




Park News (April 2018)

Firewise Chipping Event - Closes April 29th, 2018
Oregon Department of Forestry and FIREWISE provide for yearly chipping of debris at the Silo area until the end of April;  check your e-mail for the particulars. Please be sure to leave material on grassy areas and not on pavement.

Oak Habitat Enhancement Project
The Park Board is finalizing a contract to complete the Oak Habitat Enhancement project (the majority of our Park Stewardship Plan referenced below) in early Summer.  We will keep you informed by e-mail.

Board Member Information
Jen Olarra and Jeff Powers have joined the five member Park Board.  We have one remaining vacancy and will send a recruitment notice soon.




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john snelling,
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