County Meeting Tuesday on Future of Altadena Trail Users, Bikers

The Altadena Crest Working Group meeting Tuesday night will include a discussion with county consultants who are currently working on gathering public input on visions for Altadena future.

Tuesday night's meeting of the Altadena Crest Trail Working Group will include discussion with a county consultant on the future of Altadena trail use, equestrian improvements, and bike-safe commuting.

The consultant is Mina Brown of RBF Consulting, which is conducting three Altadena community workshops on ideas for Altadena's future.  RBF Consulting is specifically looking at the Altadena Community Standards, which includes residential and business codes and restrictions specific to Altadena, but also will gather public input on visions for Altadena's future that will go into a report that will be used for future county policy planning.

RBF held its first workshop on April 4 and will hold two more, on April 25 and June 6.  Nature, trails, an equestrian and bike improvements were all discussed at the April 4 meeting.

At tonight's meeting, Brown will lead a discussion on the Altadena Crest Trail, bike-safe commuting, and making Altadena horse-friendly.

The Altadena Crest Trail Working Group is a county-created group of local Altadena residents which discuss trail use in Altadena.  Specifically, they discuss the future of the Altadena Crest Trail, a disjointed series of trails that could one day be a unified east to west low-elevation trail across the Altadena foothills.

The full agenda for the meeting is posted at right.  The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the .


Greg Lozano-Buhl April 11, 2012 at 04:14 AM
Wish this had been announced sooner!


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