An Altadena Crest Trail Restoration Working Group (ACTRWG) Meeting will be held Tuesday night (tonight) at 7 p.m. at the Altadena Community Center.
Among the agenda issues is “the lack of maintenance for the Brown Mt. Fire Rd (from Millard Cyn Campground parking lot west to the top of Rising Hill Rd), which provides access for emergency fire trucks and crews as well as evacuation routes for local residents,” said ACTRWG Meetings Chair Robert Staehle in an email message. “This is an important issue not only for trail use, but because the unpaved Brown Mt. Rd provides a critical fire line between the Angeles Forest and hillside homes. In recent years, that road was passable by passenger car and County Fire Dept. vehicles; however, it is gradually approaching impassable due to rock fall, shrubs, saplings and weeds now that neither the USFS or L.A. County takes responsibility for its maintenance.”
The full agenda is attached to this post.
All are welcome to attend and share their views on Altadena Crest Trail issues.
The Altadena Community Center is at 730 E. Altadena Drive, just west of Lake Avenue, next to the Sheriff's Station and across the street from Rite Aid.
What Altadena Crest Trail issues are most important to you? Tell us in the comments.