Edna-Price Canyon Trail

 

 

This portion of the trail corridor will connect Pismo Beach to San Luis Obispo.

Edna-Price Canyon Trail Feasibility Study

On March 2, 2016, the Edna-Price Canyon Trail Feasibility Study was adopted by the SLOCOG Board. Thank you to everyone who attended workshops, took the survey, left a comment on our online mapping tool, or otherwise gave feedback.

ADOPTED STUDY, 3-2-16

* The Board resolution allowed for minor, technical adjustments to be made to the adopted study.  If adjustments are needed, a final version will be posted here.

Also, check out the ONLINE MAPPING TOOL to view primary and alternate route alignments.

The overall goal of the study was to analyze opportunities, constraints, and alignment options for a multi-purpose trail between San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach through the Edna Valley and Price Canyon. The planning process for the project took place in 2015 and early 2016, with three public workshops, an online and paper surveys, an online mapping tool, and other public input opportunities. The study assessed the planning and policy framework for the trail, its environmental setting, and its surrounding land uses. It recommends trail designs, a preferred alignment, alternate alignments, and an implementation strategy.

Feasibility Study Presentations:

Contact Jeff Brubaker, SLOCOG Transportation Planner, at 805-788-2104 with your questions!

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