Statewide Roads and Trails Program

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Newsflash!

California Code of Regulations Proposed Rule Making Update!

The California Department of Parks and Recreation has filed the Final Text and Final Statement of Reasons concerning trail use designations and minimum tool use review in natural and cultural preserves with the Office of Administrative Law (OAL).  They are currently being reviewed by the OAL.  They have 30 days to complete their review.  If approved by OAL they will be filed with the Secretary of State. Visit HERE for more information on the proposed regulations.

WHAT WE DO: The Statewide Roads and Trails Program provides education and technical assistance to trail managers, recreation providers, open space managers and non-government trails and greenways advocates regarding non-motorized trail planning, design, construction, funding and management throughout California.

 Oversee the California Recreational Trails Plan and report on progress in its implementation.

 Organize and host the California Trails & Greenways Conference.

 Provide trail planning, funding and management tools to trail managers and provide expert advice on trail management issues to agencies statewide.
 
 Manage trail grant funding for California State Parks.