STA is conducting a study on behalf of the City of Vallejo to
The San Francisco Bay Trail, when complete, will consist of a 500-mile continuous corridor around the San Francisco Bay passing through almost 50 cities and nine counties. The Napa Valley Vine Trail, when finished, will begin at the Ferry Terminal and continue north for 47 miles, through world-renowned vineyards and towns of Napa Valley, to its northern gateway in Calistoga.
Segments of both trails are open and popular, with active use by pedestrians and cyclists. Some trail "gaps" are under study to determine the preferred alignments to complete the trail through Vallejo. The focus of this current study is on trail routing - which may be different for the Bay Trail and the Vine Trail - through two areas of Vallejo shown on map below. The map illustrates existing and potential routes. The study will consider environmental and engineering feasibility, cost, public support and other factors to determine the appropriate alignment(s). Click here for a PDF of the map.
Thanks to everyone who attended the first public workshop for the Bay Trail - Vine Trail Study on May 12! We received valuable input regarding the creation of a multi-use path through the City of Vallejo from residents, cyclists and recreational trail enthusiasts. Links for the agenda and presentation from the May 12th workshop can be found below:
You may choose to participate in both the northern and southern tours, or you may choose to attend only one tour. See flyer and tour booklet for more information. Please RSVP here by Thursday, June 26.
Send comments, questions, or requests to receive email updates about the study and upcoming meetings to Sofia Recalde, Associate Planner at (707) 399-3230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.