On October 20, 2015, the Mono County Board of Supervisors directed staff to engage in a public process to develop a Conway Ranch Strategic Facility Plan (CRSFP) that will guide future activities, maintenance, and development of the property.
The CRSFP will identify the current baseline activities and infrastructure at Conway Ranch, will identify a master vision for the future, and will identify the projects necessary to reach the master vision. Those projects can then be prioritized and funded as resources become available.
This form is for use by County staff, officials, and members of the public to propose or request a capital improvement project within the County. A capital improvement project is a facilities or maintenance project anticipated to cost more than $1,000 or to take longer than 3 days to complete.
See link below for Project Development Flowchart. This chart outlines the steps for requests, review, approval, and implementation of facilities' improvements.
Since 1998, the County has owned approximately 800 acres at the base of Conway Summit that was acquired with grant funds from CalTrans, California State Parks and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The primary uses of the property are grazing, fish rearing, habitat preservation and open space preservation. Public access to Conway Ranch is permitted, but is restricted within the aquaculture area.
The Facilities Division of the Mono County Department of Public Works operates and maintains the following recreational sites throughout the county. Park establishment (Est.) dates are based upon available records.
The facilities division of the Mono County Department of Public Works is responsible for the maintenance of public buildings spread over different locations throughout the county. These buildings include several County Administrative Offices, the County Jail, Paramedic Quarters, Community Centers, Senior Centers and the Bridgeport Clinic. For a complete list of county buildings, and their maintenance status (Needs Assessment), see supporting documents below.
MonoLakeCemetery is located approximately seven miles north of Lee Vining near the north shore of MonoLake. The cemetery sits above the lake over looking one of the most beautiful and unique places in the Eastern Sierra.
Mt. Morrison Cemetery is located approximately five miles south of the junction of State Route 203 and US Highway 395, just south of the Mammoth Yosemite Airport on Mt. Morrison Road. Cemetery views include a vista of Long Valley and along the base of the Sherwin Mountain Range.