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The State Parks Division has now published the initial draft of New Mexico's 2022-2025 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) for public review and comment.


You can email your comments to davidl.certain@state.nm.us with the words "SCORP Comments" in the subject line. Comments will be accepted until 5pm on Thursday, November 18, 2021. Thank you for your participation!

Note: You may notice a few minor items missing from the document. Those items will be added at a later date.


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Thank you to the nearly 200 community members and local experts who attended the virtual Statewide Town Hall to learn more about SCORP, provide valuable input and ask questions from the SCORP planning team! Above you can find a recording of the meeting and presentation slides are available for download here:

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If you were unable to join us, you can still provide your input for outdoor recreation needs and opportunities by completing the Community Survey (Encuesta Comunitaria).


We are also planning regional Town Halls to begin refining recommendations and action plans that are reflective of each region's unique assets, interests and needs. We will share an announcement and links for those meetings once they have been scheduled.

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On Thursday, March 25 from 5:00-6:30 PM, New Mexico State Parks will host a Virtual Town Hall for community members to learn more about the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP). The plan will evaluate the existing supply of outdoor recreation resources and facilities in each region of the state in order to help prioritize future funding of outdoor recreation projects.


We are still assessing regional strengths, weaknesses, issues and opportunities for outdoor recreation and we need your input! Join the Virtual Town Hall to learn about what we’ve heard from residents, visitors and local governments so far and to let us know what may be missing. In the coming months, we will use this information to form state priorities and recommendations for each region.


Register for the Town Hall using this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrfumrqj4qHd1JfGVvE-g1vwcLM4lqKgBP

Once you’ve registered, a meeting notice with instructions for participation will be shared.


If you have any questions, please contact David Certain, davidl.certain@state.nm.us.


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