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Notice of Public Meeting: SMMNRA Interagency Trail Management Plan

SMMNRA Interagency

Trail Management Plan

National Park Service, California State Parks, Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority invite your participation in public scoping for the forthcoming Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Interagency Trail Management Plan (TMP). Information gathered from the public will be used to address potential environmental impacts and construct contrasting alternatives for the draft EIS/EIR.

The public is welcome to provide input at two public meetings. Park staff will restart the TMP planning effort by reviewing previous work on the TMP and laying out the next steps for preparing the TMP and accompanying EIS/EIR.

Public input offered during the September, 2005 scoping on conceptual trail policy map alternatives will be summarized. At these two scoping wrap-up meetings, the public is invited to provide additional comments on issues to address in the TMP EIS/EIR and suggestions for the design and content of TMP alternatives to analyze in the EIS/EIR. If you are unable to attend the meetings, background information on the TMP, including past maps and graphics from the 2005 scoping, will be available online. Park staff will be available to answer questions at the meetings.


If you are unable to make it, you can offer comments online at


Meeting Directions/Instructions:
King Gillette Ranch is located at the southeast corner of Las Virgenes Road and Mulholland Highway. Enter the park from Mulholland approximately 500 feet east of Las Virgenes Road and follow signs for the meeting

Note: This is not a Hiking With Dean event. Please use links above for any inquiries and additional information

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    There is an alternate date on Saturday Morning at Temescal Canyon

    February 19, 2014

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