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Status of Partnerships Talking Points 6-13-2012-1

Status of Partnerships Talking Points 6-13-2012-1

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California State Parks
Status of Partnership/Donor Agreements/RFPsAs of June 13, 2012Complied by Roy Stearns, deputy director of communications for California State Parks
Parks that have agreements for remaining open and operating:
For an agreement to be considered final for keeping a park open, it must besigned by both the District and the Director. Some agreements, operating andconcession agreements, also require final contract review by the Department of General
Services. Donor agreements require only the Director’s approval.
This list reflects those parks where the Director has signed off on the agreementand the agreement is final
at the State Parks’ level, the pending DGS reviews noted
 with an asterisk. If no asterisks in list, agreements are complete.1. Antelope Valley Indian Museum D
Donation, Parks operate2. Colusa-Sacramento River SRA OG
City of Colusa to operate3. Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park NPS4. Henry W. Coe State Park D
Donation from CPPF toParks to operate5. McGrath State Beach Other
Donation/grants to fixfailing sewer line and parksoperate6. Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Res. C-Bodie Foundation collectparking fees to support7. Samuel P. Taylor NPS8. Tomales Bay State Park NPS9. South Yuba River SHP Other
County agreement on noparking signs10. Jug Handle State Natural Res. D- Olmsted donation andFoundation matching $$11. Plumas-Eureka SP D-Plumas-Eureka Foundationdonation agreement12. Jack London State Historic Park ONP- Non-profit Valley of theMoon InterpretiveAssociation agreement.13. Santa Cruz Mission SHP D-Donor Agreement - Friends ofSanta Cruz State Parks14. Bothe-Napa Valley State Park OG- Napa Valley Reg. Parks andOpen Space District15. Bale Grist Mill SHP OG-Napa Valley Reg. Parks andOpen Space District16. Benicia Capitol State Historic Park OG
City of Benicia and BeniciaState Parks Association
17. Grizzly Creek Redwoods State Park OG
Humboldt County, with fundhelp from Save the Redwoods18. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park* OG-Team Sugarloaf19. Palomar Mountain State Park D-Donor Agreement, Friends ofPalomar State Park20. Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park D-Donor Agreement - Sonoma-Petaluma State Historic ParkAssociation21. Los Encinos SHP D- Los Encinos Task Force withdonor/gift support22. Santa Susana SHP D-Santa Susana Mountain ParkAssociation23. Weaverville Joss House SHP D- Weaverville Joss HouseAssociation24. Castle Rock State Park D-Sempervirens Fund, Portolaand Castle Rock Foundations25. Shasta State Historic Park D-Shasta Historical Society andtown of Shasta InterpretiveAssociation26. Turlock Lake SRA** C
American Land and Leisure27. Woodson Bridge SRA** C
American Land and Leisure28. Brannan Island SRA ** C
American Land and Leisure29.
Governor’s Mansion SHP
op Ass’n and donation
 30. Limekiln State Park C-Private park companies*Approved by State Parks, now at DGS for review.** Sent notice of intent to award contractD-Donor Agreement OG-Operating Agreement,
ONP-OperatingAgreement, Non-profit (AB42) C-Concession Agree Other- Variable
Parks with Partnership Agreements in progress, or efforts ongoing tosave the parks from closure:
These are the parks where partnership negotiations are in progress andpartnerships agreements are possible. That means many parks have cities, counties,non-profits, donors or others that have shown an interest and are in discussions or soonwill be. Please be aware that the following li
st is a ―point
time‖ listing
and it might nothave captured all the parks under negotiation at the local level. If that is the case,please send information and additions shall be included as appropriate. But again, until
an agreement is signed by both the District and the Director, it is not considered a done-deal and moved to the first listing.1. Annadel State Park Sonoma Regional Parks
 Approved Tuesday by SonomaBoard of Supervisors andcoming to Sacramento for
Director’s review and
signature.2. Anderson Marsh State Park Anderson Marsh InterpretiveAssociation3. Austin Creek SP Stewards of Coast andRedwoods4. Bidwell Mansion SHP Save the Mansion effort5. Point Cabrillo Light Station Concession Agreement possible6. Pio Pico SHP City of Whittier and Friends of PioPico7. Portola Redwoods SP Save the Redwoods, PeninsulaOpen Space Trust and Portola-Castle Rock Foundation8. Railtown 1897 Co-op and Tuolumne Co.9. Twin Lakes State Beach Local agreements10. George J. Hatfield SRA D-Local donor group11. McConnell SRA D-Local donor group12. Hendy Woods SP D-New non-profit group/SRL13. Fort Tejon SHP D-Fort Tejon Historical Assoc.14. Leland Stanford Mansion SHP Interagency funding agreementwith Legislature15. Morro Strand State Beach ONP-Three non-profits submittingproposals.16. Olompali SHP ONP-Non-profit, MSPA17. Russian Gulch SP ONP-Non-profit, MAPA18. Standish-Hickey SRA D- In negotiations19. Tule Elk State Natural Res. D-In negotiations20. Castle Crags State Park D- In negotiations21. Salton Sea State Recreation Area D-Agreement being explored.22. Benbow Lake SRA C-Bid for Concession23. China Camp SP ONP-MSPA24. Candlestick Point SRA Calif. State Parks Foundationexploring options25. Westport Union Landing SP D-Being explored
Parks where RFPs to be issued:

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