Hap Magee Ranch Park 1025 la Gonda Way, Danville, CA94526 Hap Magee Ranch Park is named after Hap Magee, a cattle rancher who purchased the land in the 1950s. The…More barn-like entrance pays homage to the park's original roots as a cattle ranch. Today, you won't find cattle wandering the land, but rather lots of families enjoying the park's amenities: a large, flat lawn area perfect for sports or hosting a special occasion, a dog park (Canine Corral), walking trails and a children's playground complete with a recreational water feature. Hap Magee Ranch Park also features two original buildings that have been restored and are available for rent.
Hap Magee Ranch Park 1025 la Gonda Way, Danville, CA94526 This ranch-style park has a historic past – it was once Camp Swain, a summer camp for San Francisco orphans, and a…More longhorn steer ranch. Kids enjoy the motion-activated sprinklers on hot days by the playground from May to October. The 17-acre park includes the Canine Corral – a 1.5 acre dog park – plus walking trails, picnic areas and a gazebo.
The Alamo Municipal Advisory Council is comprised of seven members that serve as an advisory body to the Contra Costa…More County Board of Supervisors and the County planning agency.</p>
<p>Members were appointed to the council by the Board of Supervisors in 2009 to serve the unincorporated area of Alamo.</p>
<p>The council is currently overseen by Mary Piepho, who represents district III for the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors.</p>
<p>MAC responsibilities include parks and recreation, lighting and <br />landscaping, land-use and code enforcement, public safety, transportation and other county services. </p>
<p>Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Swain House at Hap Magee Ranch Park in Danville. Check the events calendar for the next Alamo MAC meeting date.</p>