We need your comments to help convince the Placer County Board of Supervisors to approve approximately 30 miles of new trails and improved trail access and parking for Hidden Falls. The Placer County board of Supervisors will soon be voting on the Hidden Falls Trail Expansion Project and your voice needs to be heard to make it happen. Without your voice, it may not happen.

Approval of the plan for the trails is vital to families, hikers, runners, equestrians, and bikers and will improve the health of trail users, reduce parking issues, and reduce impact on the most used trails. Expanding the Hidden Falls trail network will be a priceless asset to Placer County, preserving the rural landscape for our children, and our children’s children for generations to come.

This is a rare opportunity for all of us, please take a few minutes to comment. The comments can be as simple as voicing your support and adding why it is important to you, your family, and your community. Let's make this happen!

Mark Your Calendars

May 14th is the Public Comment Meeting

Be heard in person, we need your voice!

The meeting will be by phone and is scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. with the Hidden Falls Trails Network Expansion Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report Public Review and Comment item to begin at 5:00 p.m.

 

Use the call-in line at 530-886-1800 to queue for verbal public comment. Also comment here online. 

Meeting details here.

Dig into all of the details here.

See the full environmental docs,  start with the DSEIR chapters 1,2, and 3. 

How to Comment on the Hidden Falls Trails Expansion Project

 

A quick comment expressing support and why The Hidden Falls Trail Expansion Project is important to you and what city you live is all that is required. Just a few minutes of your time.

Include:

  • Agenda Item: "Hidden Falls Trail Expansion Project"

  • "I support the Hidden Falls Trail Expansion Project (your reason why)

  • Include how more parking, more trailheads, spread out crowds, healthy activities or family activities benefit everyone.

  • Your Name

  • Your City

  • That's it!

Click here to Comment to the Board of Supervisors! You do not need an account to comment.

To Contact Individual Supervisors

 

District 1 - email Bonnie Gore
District 2 - email Robert Weygandt
District 3 - email Jim Holmes
District 4 - email Kirk Uhler
District 5 - email Cindy Gustafson  
Which Supervisor is yours? Find out at the bottom of the Board of Supervisors page.

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Spread the message, and encourage them to support the new trails.

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Voice your support at meetings.

Hidden Falls has been a Huge Success! With Your Help, it will be even Better!

The Hidden Falls Story

Hidden Falls Regional Park is the first park envisioned by Placer County’s Legacy program, adopted in 2000. In 2003-04, the County acquired the current 1,200 acre Hidden Falls Park, which has 30 miles of multi-use trails and one major trailhead with parking. Use of the Park has grown rapidly and trails and parking can be congested during holidays and weekends to the point that visitors have been turned away. The County and Placer Land Trust have collaborated to acquire over 2,500 acres of additional land and easements to protect oak woodlands and rangelands. The Hidden Falls Trails Expansion Project will also add three new trailheads and approximately 30 miles of trails to help spread out trail enthusiasts throughout the park.

 
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