COSCA

CONEJO OPEN SPACE

CONSERVATION AGENCY

News and Announcements

 

Open Space Access Status - Please Respect Remaining Closures

 

DEC. 1 - MOST COSCA Open Space no longer has fire-related closures.  However, some areas remain closed due to hazardous trees and other fire-related issues.

PLEASE NOTE: Open Space closures will occur as a result of rain events!  If you leave tracks, turn back!

 

CLOSED Until Further Notice Due to Fire-Related Issues:

  • Hill Canyon Bridge and Hawk Canyon (the Western Plateau area is accessible from our trailhead on Conejo Center Dr., Hill Canyon is accessible via the Western Plateau as well as the Hill Canyon Fire Road at the end of Rancho Conejo);
  • Oakbrook Regional Park and the Open Space behind the Chumash Museum.

 

Hill/Woolsey Fire Recovery Info

Fire recovery information as well as information about how to protect your property during rain events is available at this Ventura County-City of Thousand Oaks website: http://venturacountyrecovers.org/

 

Open Space Appreciation Hikes

The final hike for 2018 is scheduled for Sunday, December 9.  Click the Open Space Hikes button below for updated location info!

 

Wildwood Update 2018

Read more here about what COSCA is working on.

 

Check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date info and other neat stuff!

 

COSCA is a joint powers agency between the City of Thousand Oaks and Conejo Recreation and Park District

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CONEJO OPEN SPACE

CONSERVATION AGENCY