MLTPA's download page for the Town of Mammoth Lakes "Trail System Master Plan (TSMP)", adopted by the Town in 2011. The TSMP updated the Town’s 1991 Trails Plan via the Concept and Master Planning (CAMP) process initiated by MLTPA in 2007.
In 2010, a committee of public and private interests worked with facilitators funded by MLTPA to develop a vision and implementation strategy for recreation in Mammoth Lakes. The result of their efforts, RECSTRATS I, was adopted by Town Council.
Funded in part by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, Mammoth Lakes Recreation 1.0 contributed to an impressive set of deliverables and outcomes benefiting recreation in the Mammoth Lakes Region.
This update to the 1991 TSMP is the result of the Concept and Master Planning, or CAMP, process and includes input from close to a thousand public comments from more than 60 individual respondents.
The second of two large-scale public meetings organized and produced by MLTPA as part of the public-outreach campaign for the Concept and Master Planning (CAMP) process - February 7-12, 2008
he first of two large-scale public meetings organized and produced by MLTPA as part of the public-outreach campaign for the Concept and Master Planning (CAMP) process - November 1-4, 2007.
The trails Concept and Master Planning (CAMP) process gets underway, with a competitive bidding process for consultants, the awarding of contracts, and the public outreach efforts to inform an updated Trail System Master Plan.
MLTPA initiates the updating of the Town of Mammoth Lakes 1991 "Trails System Master Plan" and secures $225,000 to finance the effort.
MLTPA convenes a two-day Strategic Conference and Public Meeting with more than 20 local leaders and presents "A Vision for Trails and Public Access in Mammoth Lakes," featuring Jeff Olson of Alta Planning + Design, to over 300 community members.