Cache Creek Conservancy and Yolo County propose to construct a new Visitor Center at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve!
The Conservancy is working with architects to develop draft designs for the project. Elements under consideration are exhibit space, outdoor learning areas, and better utilization of the working barn.
Continue the conversation!
Project Architect, Mike Novac, and Landscape Designer, Keith Wilson, have been busy making adjustments to the Visitor Center plans based on feedback received during the public meeting in January and stakeholder meeting in June. See the updated designs during a Teams Live Event on Wednesday, August 12th, 2020 starting at 5 p.m. Missed the event? Watch the recorded presentation below!
Design plans for the proposed Visitor Center have been adjusted based on public comments from the January 8th meeting as well as those submitted via email. The concept for a roof-top viewing area has been removed. Additional environmental and fire safety elements have been introduced along with accessible, gender-neutral restrooms and updated capacity septic system.
Wednesday, January 8, 2020 4pm - 6pm
Leake Room at Woodland Public Library
Meet us at the Woodland Public Library to learn more about the proposed Visitor Center Project at the Cache Creek Nature Preserve. Share your thoughts on the project and tell us what you want to experience at your local nature center!
The Cache Creek Conservancy welcomes questions and feedback on the proposed Visitor Center design options at the January meeting or via email to our Outreach Coordinator.
Staff members from Cache Creek Conservancy and Yolo County met with NORR to discuss necessities of the project and possible interior and exterior design themes.