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* 1. Do you live in the China Camp neighborhood?

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* 2. Are you submitting this survey on behalf of a neighborhood association or organized group?

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* 3. What do you like most about the China Camp neighborhood?

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* 4. What are your biggest concerns about the China Camp neighborhood?

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* 5. As you visualize the neighborhood in 20 years, what major changes or improvements would you like to see?

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* 6. Please review the text below, which was drafted in 2001-2003 by the City of San Rafael to describe the China Camp neighborhood.

China Camp is in the unincorporated area of the San Rafael Planning Area, located along the northern edge of Point San Pedro Road. The primary land use in this neighborhood is the 1,640-acre China Camp State Park. China Camp State Park features an historic fishing village, picnic facilities, hiking trails, campsites, and shore fishing. Park rangers reside at the park.

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* 7. Please review the “Vision for 2020,” which was adopted in 2004 for the China Camp neighborhood

Future plans for the China Camp State Park, which is located in an unincorporated area of the County, are consistent with State and local priority needs: the park plan calls for continued restoration of the fishing village and an addition of a Chinese Cultural Center, biking, hiking and equestrian trails, and a small boat launch facility.

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* 8. Please review the General Plan Policy below, which was adopted in 2004 for the China Camp neighborhood:

Policy:  Support limited marine and recreational use on the unincorporated Bucks Landing site, consistent with Countywide Plan policy.

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* 9. Please review the General Plan Policy below, which was adopted in 2004 for the China Camp neighborhood:

Policy: Support efforts to upgrade the recreational facilities at China Camp State Park. Collaborate with County and State Park agencies to create, maintain, manage and regulate a system of interconnective trails for pedestrian, equestrian and biking uses between Barbier Park, county open space and China Camp State Park.

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* 10. Please review the General Plan program below, which was adopted in 2004 to implement the Policy shown in Question 9:

Program:  Support efforts of the State to maintain and upgrade China Camp State Park.

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* 11. Please use the space below to list any new long-range planning policies or action programs you would like to see considered for the China Camp neighborhood.

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* 12. (Optional) Please provide your name and contact information below, in the event we need to contact you to discuss your responses:

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