Sutter's Landing Park: Help Shape the New Park Master Plan

For over thirty years Sutter's Landing Park has been Midtown's Gateway to the American River.  The Park provides habitat for a wide range of wildlife. It also provides immediate access to the adjacent American River Parkway. With its resources and its accessibility, Sutter's Landing Park has the potential to become one of the most inspirational urban nature parks in California, but it needs your help.

The City of Sacramento is embarking on a significant update to the Park's Master Plan that will guide decisions about future habitat protection, bike and pedestrian trails, and visitor facilities. The Friends of Sutter's Landing Park ask residents to join them in urging the City to commit to restore and enhance Sutter's Landing Park's rich natural resources.  This will require a nature-focused Master Plan.

Residents are invited to participate in a group discussion of the future of Sutter's Landing Park in an open house at Clunie Community Center in McKinley Park on January 30, 2024, (6-8 p.m.). If you have questions, please contact Dana Repan, Senior Planner at Park Planning and Development Services ([email protected]).

Learn more about Sutter's Landing Park and its importance to the community: Watch FOSL’s Vision Video

Check here for information and updates or send an email to [email protected].

To express your opinions about the Park's future, write to Senior Planner Dana Repan ([email protected]), Parks Director Jackie Beecham ([email protected]), and/or Sacramento City Councilmember Katie Valenzuela ([email protected]). Letters can be sent to them care of City Hall, 915 I Street. Sacramento, CA 95814.