The Silverado Modjeska Recreation and Park District is a local government special district established by the Orange County Board of Supervisors in 1961. Its purpose is to provide a well-rounded, wholesome program of recreation and leisure time activities for residents of the County's canyon areas, which includes Silverado, Ladd, Black Star, Williams and Modjeska canyons.
The District covers approximately 65 square miles of eastern Orange County roughly E/W from Live Oak Canyon Road to the 241 Toll Road and N/S from the Riverside/Orange County line to Santiago Canyon Road. The Silverado Children's Center is an enterprise unit of SMRPD. District Directors are elected by residents of the district.
Prescriptive Easement in using the trails
Here you can find the Master Plan of Trails. Adopted October 14, 2004.
COVID Relief Fund Received
The Silverado Modjeska Recreation and Parks District (SMRPD) is pleased to announce we've received $51,345 in #COVID relief funding! Thank you @GovernorNewsom, @SenatorAtkins, and @SpeakerRendon for your support of #SpecialDistricts and the essential services we provide.