The All Terrain Vehicle Park Ad Hoc Committee, established in 2012 by Resolution 2012-110, is comprised of seven members serving a term of one year. Additional and replacement members shall, to the extent possible, be comprised of community members who are ATV riders and who demonstrate a substantial interest in working with Collier County staff to determine a potential site for the ATV Park. The functions, powers and duties of this Committee are to aid and assist the Board in researching and identifying lands appropriate and suitable, based on acreage and amenities, for an ATV Park. Additionally, the Committee may evaluate options for use of private land for the establishment of an ATV Park. These options include:
A. Purchase or lease of private land;
B. Easements for the establishment of ATV trails over private land to connect with lands of other property owners;
C. Private/public partnerships where private property owners develop and operate an ATV Park on their land with possible assistance and/or funding by the County; and
D. Volunteer assistance and funding from the ATV community.
Pursuant to Resolution No. 2012-110 the Board of County Commissioners established the Collier County ATV Park Ad Hoc Committee to assist the Board in researching and identifying lands based on acreage and amenities that are appropriate and suitable for an ATV park.
There shall be seven members to this Committee. Additional and replacement members shall, to the extent , be comprised of community members who are ATV riders and who have demonstrated a substantial interest in working with Collier County staff to determine a potential site for the ATV Park.
The initial sunset date of the committee was June 12, 2013. The committee was further extended
via Resolution Nos. 2013-64 and 2014-47, with a sunset date of June 12, 2015. The committee
was re-established by Reso. No. 2015-116 for an additional 6 months, with a sunset date of
December 12, 2016.