Newsroom Articles (2009-2010)


 News Release: New Online Sales of SNO-PARK Permits
Beginning December 1, 2010, daily and seasonal SNO-PARK permits will be available for purchase online. This new online service allows visitors an easy and convenient way to purchase SNO-PARK permits. Permits may be purchased by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or e-check. Daily permits may be purchased for $5.00; seasonal permits $25.00. An online service fee of $1.95 will be added to the price of each permit. [12/1/10]

 Ocotillo Wells SVRA Receives California State Parks' Program Award
California State Parks Director Ruth Coleman announced the recipients for the 2009 Director's Recognition Program Awards on May 19, 2010. [6/1/10]


 News Release: OHMVR Commission To Meet in Ontario
The OHMVR Commission will hold a meeting and workshop on November 4, 2009, in Ontario, California. [10/30/09]

 Ocotillo Wells SVRA Recognized as a Watchable Wildlife Site
The grand unveiling of the Watchable Wildlife Binocular road sign identifying Ocotillo Wells SVRA as a Watchable Wildlife Site will be held on Monday, November 9th at 10:00 am.

 News Release: OHMVR Commission To Meet in Lake Arrowhead
The OHMVR Commission will hold a meeting and participate in a field trip to the San Bernardino National Forest on September 24-25, 2009, in Lake Arrowhead, California. [9/17/09]

 Outreach and Recruiting Opportunity at The Wildlife Society's Annual Conference
The OHMVR Division will participate in The Wildlife Society's annual conference, September 20th – 23rd in Monterey. [8/31/09]

 Carnegie SVRA Reopens After Temporary Closure Due to Wildfire
Carnegie SVRA reopened on Saturday, August 22nd, after a temporary closure due to damage from the Corral wildfire on August 14th. [8/22/09]

 Beach Play Day 2009 
The OHMVR Division hosted the Off-Road Adventure activity at the 12th annual Beach Play Day event held at Huntington State Beach on July 22nd. [8/17/09]

 Wildfire Damages Mammoth Bar OHV Area 
Mammoth Bar OHV Area remains open after a wildfire consumed approximately 650 acres of vegetation on July 16th. [8/10/09]