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Pursuant to Section 5473 of the Health and Safety Code, the Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District will file its annual report of charges for the 2023-2024 fiscal year to be levied against the lots or parcels of land to which services have been furnished by said District, in an amount and in the manner provided in accordance with Section 5470, et seq. of the Health and Safety Code and the ordinances of said District.

A copy of the proposed report is available for viewing on weekdays between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District Post Office, District Office and at Russian River Utility, 7131 Mirabel Rd., Forestville. The report is also available here on the District’s website: Open the Direct Charge List for 2023 – 2024 >

You are further notified that the Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District will hold a hearing on August 15, 2023 at 7 P.M. at the Recreation and Park District Board meeting, to hear any and all objections to the filing of said report. The owners against whom said charges will be levied shall have the right to appear at said hearing and to file any and all objections they may have to the report of said charges against said lots or parcels of land at which time said District, after due consideration, will determine whether said charges shall be levied.

Gary Helfrich, Board President and Director Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District
Published Press Democrat 8/1 & 8/8/2023

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Recreation & Park District

The Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District is an independent Special District organized in 1931 under the California Public Resources Code, Div. 5, Chapter 4, Section 5780 (et seq).

The District’s purpose is to organize, promote, and conduct programs of community recreation including parks and open space, and other related services that improve the community’s quality of life.

The District’s areas of operation include Anderson Hall and related areas; Dutch Bill Creek beach (and areas adjacent to it) and the parking area; the Post Office trailer site; the District’s “office” and basketball court; Fire station land and other parcels.

The District was authorized to operate a “county water district” under provision 5787.22 in April 1994; and, LAFCO Resolution 2339 gave the District authority to develop and operate a wastewater system in August 1999. From time to time a sub-committee consisting of two Camp Meeker and two Occidental board members meet to discuss mutual concerns.