The National Park Service is holding an open house in Yosemite National Park on Wednesday, February 25 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the East Auditorium, behind the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center.
Yosemite National Park planners and managers will provide updates on the status of various projects occurring in the park and will hear public input and address questions.
Several projects are ongoing such as the Lower Yosemite Fall Project. Others are scheduled to start soon, such as the Yosemite Lodge Area Redevelopment and the South Fork Bridge Replacement.
The open house also coincides with the public scoping period for the environmental assessment to Improve Yosemite Village Parking and Bus Transit Area. Comments may be submitted at the open house.
When coming through the park entrance gate, tell the ranger that you are attending the open house in the valley and the entrance fee will be waived. For those unable to attend the open house, refer to the Planning Update in the coming weeks for a schedule of future open house events.