Patterson’s Collision Center – Banner
All Americans Bail Bonds – Banner
Newhall Land – 2015 – Banner
Beyond Harmony – Banner
AV Party Rental – Banner
Simply Taylored – Banner
Disneyland – Diamond Celebration – Banner
Academy Swim Club – Banner
Hugo Naturals – Banner
Facey – Banner
Brent’s Carpet One – Banner
Newhall Land – Banner
Santa Clarita Transit – Dump the Pump – Banner
San Diego Zoo – Generic – Banner
Action Family Counseling – Banner
Green Convergence – Sun Power – Banner
PizzaRev – Banner
Adage IT – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner
Santa Clarita Autosound – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner 2
Valencia Town Center – Farmer’s Market – Banner
SCV Senior Center – Touch A Truck 2015 – Banner
Union Bank – Banner
Galpin Motors – Banner
College Of The Canyons – Banner
IHOP – Banner
Nothing Bundt Cakes – Banner
It is forecast to be Mostly Cloudy at 7:00 PM PDT on May 22, 2015
Mostly Cloudy
Home » Santa Clarita News » City Receives Trail Extension Study Grant

City Receives Trail Extension Study Grant

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe City of Santa Clarita was notified this week that its application for continued assistance from the National Park Service’s Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program has been approved.



The project, one of 26 such projects approved by the Park Service for the 2011 fiscal year, has already resulted in the completion of a preliminary corridor study for the trail that will extend from the Pacific Crest Trail east of the City to the California Coastal Trail in Ventura.

Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking news alerts delivered right to your inbox

A public outreach and participation process is planned for early 2011.   More detailed mapping is underway for the portion of the trail that passes through the Santa Clarita Valley.

“Continued assistance from the Park Service will provide technical staff support   to complete the necessary mapping and data collection for the trail,” said Mayor Laurene Weste.

Working together since January of this year, the Park Service and the City have formed a core planning team comprised of representatives from the US Forest Service, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, the County of Los Angeles and local trail user groups.   Two keys to the success of the planning effort thus far has been the development of a mission and goals statement and extensive field reconnaissance to “ground truth” possible trail routes through the Santa Clarita Valley.

For further information regarding the trail project, contact Tom Reilly of the City’s Parks Planning and Open Space Division at (661) 255-4394.


City Receives Trail Extension Study Grant

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

About KHTS AM 1220

Action Family Counseling – News Banner
AV Party Rental – News Banner
Hugo Naturals – News Banner
All American Bail Bonds – News Banner
Academy Swim Club – News Banner
College Of The Canyons – News Banner
Beyond Harmony – News Banner
Beyond Harmony – Tile
AV Party Rental – Tile
Brent’s Carpet One – Tile
Manzanillo Restaurant – Tile
Newhall Land – 2015 – Tile
Galpin Motors – Tile