Trail Use Change Proposal Meeting

The Angeles District of the California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR) has announced a public information meeting for people wanting to know more about the recent trail use change proposal to accept bicycle use on Yearling and Lookout Trails in Malibu Creek State Park. The meeting will be at the Malibu Creek State Park Administration Center, 1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas on March 2 from 6-7:30pm. Parking fee will be waived for those attending the meeting. The entrance to the administration building is through the first driveway to the left as you pass the information kiosk at the main entrance to Malibu Creek State Park.

As reported on this blog, CDPR conducted a Trail Use Change Survey and accepted CORBA’s┬áproposal to allow bicycles on the Yearling and Lookout Trails, which are included on a list of trails that CORBA originally submitted for consideration more than 15 years ago, and again most recently in November of 2010.┬áThe agenda for this meeting and a copy of the Trail Use Change Survey can be found below.

Trail Use Change Proposal Meeting Agenda

Purpose of the Meeting:

The purpose of this meeting is to gather input from local user groups on a proposed Trail Use Change proposal for the Yearling and Lookout Trails located within Malibu Creek State Park.

Topics:

  • Trail Management Plan
  • Trail Use Change Survey
  • Condition Assessment/Evaluations
  • State Parks Multi-Use Design Criteria
  • Why Yearling/Lookout was selected
  • What modifications would be needed

Public Comment

Trail Use Change Process

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One Response to “Trail Use Change Proposal Meeting”

  1. Ben Griffes says:

    Hey, I signed the petition and would like to attend the meeting, but I work until 6:00 tomorrow night. I might get there by 6:30. If you think it I should show up late, anyway, would you mind texting me at 805.358.8572? Thanks. Ben

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