Alameda-Tesla Plan

California State Parks is undertaking a phased effort to incorporate approximately 3,100 acres of land, known as the Alameda-Tesla Property, into the California State Parks System. The project is anticipated to take three to five years to complete.
California State Parks is undertaking a phased effort to incorporate approximately 3,100 acres of land, known as the Alameda-Tesla Property, into the California State Parks System. The project is anticipated to take three to five years to complete.
California State Parks is undertaking a phased effort to incorporate approximately 3,100 acres of land, known as the Alameda-Tesla Property, into the California State Parks System. The project is anticipated to take three to five years to complete.
California State Parks is undertaking a phased effort to incorporate approximately 3,100 acres of land, known as the Alameda-Tesla Property, into the California State Parks System. The project is anticipated to take three to five years to complete.
California State Parks is undertaking a phased effort to incorporate approximately 3,100 acres of land, known as the Alameda-Tesla Property, into the California State Parks System. The project is anticipated to take three to five years to complete.
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About the Project

More than two decades ago, State Parks acquired the Alameda-Tesla Property with the intent of expanding the adjacent Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area. After challenges to this plan, in 2021 SB 155 (PRC sec. 5090.42) authorized planning work to determine the best use of the land and specified that the property shall not be designated as a state vehicular recreation area or be considered for any future expansion of off-highway vehicle recreation.

The Alameda Tesla Classification and General Plan Project now underway includes work to classify and name the property as a new park within the State Parks system, followed by development of a General Plan and environmental impact report for the new park. Together, these two planning efforts will determine the best use of the land and guide future management and use of the site.

Use the menu at the top of this page for more details about the project process, how you can participate, and to learn more about the Alameda Tesla site.

Project Location

The Alameda-Tesla property is located in the Diablo Range, between the cities of Livermore and Tracy. It is adjacent to the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area to the east and is surrounded by privately owned land along the remainder of its borders.

Project Highlights

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