Trail to the Ocean

The Draft Guadalupe to Beach Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study & Appendices is now available for review and community input:

The Draft Trail Study, funded by the California Coastal Conservancy and conducted by a planning consultant team from MIG, Inc., involved coordination with Guadalupe community members and interested stakeholders to gather information, feedback and suggestions on what the best options are for a multi-use trail that would provide non-motorized access to a beach from Guadalupe, for both recreation and transportation purposes.

Coastal Conservancy staff will present the project to the Guadalupe City Council for information only on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at 6PM. The item will be heard at the beginning of the meeting and public comment on the Draft Trail Study is welcome at the meeting.

The public is invited to review and comment on the Draft Trail Study and materials linked here and/or attend the City Council presentation.

Please contact us with any questions, suggestions, or concerns.

Written comments may be submitted via email to: Verbal comments can be made by phone to: (805) 845-8853.

The public comment period begins Friday, January 22, 2021 and ends Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 6:00 PM.

The Guadalupe to the Beach Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study is looking for community input. The California Coastal Conservancy is sponsoring this study and has hired a planning team to work with community members, and gather information, feedback and suggestions on what the best options for direct access to the beach and would be, regardless of one’s method of transportation.

Informational Flyer

Please feel free to review the following materials and contact us with questions, suggestions, or concerns by clicking on the “Contact Us” link below.

  • Trail Feasibility Study Overview: A brief overview of the Guadalupe to Beach Trail Feasibility Study, including the project goals, study area, process, and planning team.
  • Trail Feasibility Study Approach: Additional details regarding the planning team’s understanding of the project and its potential to enhance community life in Guadalupe.
  • Trail Feasibility Study Schedule: A graphic illustration of the timeline for the trail feasibility study, including planned community outreach events in Guadalupe.