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Foothill Trails Master Plan
WHAT IS THE FOOTHILL TRAIL MASTER PLAN?
The Foothill Trail Master Plan describes the vision and establishes the important characteristics for a trail to be developed along the Foothill corridor in Alameda County and Hayward. The trail will provide a route for travel and recreation that is both scenic and closely connected to our daily life, extending from Grove Way in the north to Industrial Parkway in the south, linking open spaces, parks, downtown Hayward, CSU-East Bay, and the emerging Mission Boulevard corridor. The trail will traverse several large, undeveloped properties as well as segments along City streets and trail connections to adjacent destinations. The Plan will provide critical guidance for public agencies and—especially—developers and should be used as part of the development review and approval process.
Foothill Trail Vision
Foothill Trail Concept Plan Overall Foothill Trail
Foothill Trail Concept Plan-Trail Types and Crossing Overall Foothill Trail
August 2021 UPDATE!
HARD invites you to share your thoughts on the Foothill Trail Master Plan's California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Document!
HARD’s Board of Directors is providing for a public comment period beginning August 20, 2021 and running through September 20, 2021.
Please view the Foothill Trail Public Review Draft IS/MND at: Click here
The Foothill Trail will be a multi-use system of pathways and routes for connecting communities from South Castro Valley through the heart of Hayward to its southern city limit, and connecting with EBRPD’s Garin Regional Park all by paralleling Mission Boulevard. See the latest plan here: Foothills Master Plan
The following email address is a tool that can help you do that while staying connected at a safe but social distance: TrailsComments@haywardrec.org
• Project Manager: Michael C. Williams, email@example.com / (510) 760-6164