California Recreational Trails Committee

The California Recreational Trails Committee was sunset as of January 2013. The California Recreational Trails Committee (CRTC) was charged with hearing the concerns and issues of California’s non-motorized trail users and managers, and advising the Director of California State Parks and the Governor’s office on trail issues.  For more information about the committee’s responsibilities, read the enabling legislation at: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=prc&group=05001-06000&file=5070-5077.8.

Past public meeting and agenda information, click here.

For information about the Sunset Review Committee, click here.


CRTCThe CRTC was comprised of seven members.  Members were active in local, regional and statewide trails programs, generally with personal interests in hiking, biking and/or horseback riding.  By statute, there were two seats filled from northern, two seats from central, and two seats from southern California, with the seventh seat being filled at-large. Each seat carried a four-year term.
*Members may have served beyond their term until reappointed, removed or replaced by the Governor.