Parks, Recreation and Open Space Commission
Serving the Community Since 1992
The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Commission (PROS) was formed in 1992 as a volunteer community organization to identify parks, recreation and open space needs in Cambria. It advises the CCSD Board of Directors on policy issues. In 1994, a Master Plan was developed establishing the community's priorities for parks, recreation and open space in Cambria. PROS has participated in the acquisition and management planning process for the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve and other key projects.
Current PROS Commissioners: Chair Steve Kniffen, Co-Chair Ben Bouldin, Adolph Atencio, Joyce Renshaw, and Tim Roche
In the belief that open space and recreational opportunities in a community add to the quality of life for families, groups and individuals, the PROS Commission is committed to promoting actions and securing means to create, enhance and sustain public parks, trails, open space and recreational activities for Cambria.
PROS Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Building (located at 1000 Main St). The 2015 meeting schedule can be found by clicking here.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are posted in advance of meetings. Minutes are available for public review at meetings or after final approval by PROS Commission. Copies of agendas and minutes may be obtained by attending the meetings or submitting a public record request for specific document.
Reg Mtg Agenda May 5 2015
Reg Mtg Agenda April 7 2015
Special Meeting Agenda Packet March 10, 2015
Special Meeting Agenda March 10, 2015
Reg Mtg Agenda March, 3 2015
PROS Notice of Cancellation for Meeting on February 3, 2015
PROS Reg Mtg Agenda Packet January 6, 2015
A Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan was adopted by the CCSD Board of Directors on November 21, 1994. This Plan was based on community input and will be administered by the CCSD. The Master Plan identifies:
- Park, Recreation and Open Space projects
- Management and maintenance objectives
- Funding sources
- Criteria for acquisition projects