City of Fairfield manages Rockville Hills Regional Park and three publicly accessible open space properties.
The City actively manages all of the open space properties. Grasslands are grazed to keep down vegetation which helps to reduce the chances of wildland fires.
The Fairfield Fire and Public Works Departments, in conjunction with Cordelia Fire Protection District, have developed a Red Flag Closure policy for Rockville Hills Regional Park.
Rockville Hills Park will be closed during severe weather conditions to help reduce both the risk of wildfire during fire season and damage to trails from rain during winter and spring months. The policy was implemented to help preserve these natural lands and to protect those who enjoy them.
Rules and Regulations are clearly posted at each site. Be courteous to other visitors and nearby residents and obey all rules. Park Rangers have the authority to cite visitors who do not comply. Chapter 12B of the Fairfield Municipal Code governs Rockville Hills Regional Park and all publicly accessible open space properties.
For information on Rockville Hills Regional Park, contact the park rangers at 707.428.7614.
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