Water Shut Off, Solstice Canyon 4/15/2014
4/15/2014: The water will be shut off at Solstice Canyon all day. This will affect the water fountain and hand-washing stations at the restrooms.
SMMNRA Interagency Trail Management Plan
A NEPA and CEQA-based Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) will accompany the TMP to provide a detailed analysis of potential environmental impacts of the proposed plan. The original federal and state notices to prepare the TMP EIS/EIR were published in 2003. In September 2005, NPS, State Parks, and SMMC/MRCA conducted public scoping meetings and gathered public comments on conceptual trail policies and map alternatives needed to prepare the Draft EIS/
PUBLIC SCOPING WRAP-UP
The first step toward preparing the TMP is to complete the public scoping for EIS/EIR that was initiated in 2005. Federal and state notices to prepare the TMP EIS/EIR have been newly released and announce the opportunity for the public to give input on the content and alternatives of the EIS/EIR. Click on the following links to read the notices.
Comments are currently being accepted through April 1, 2014.
How to Comment: For more information on public scoping meetings and how to submit comments, click on the following link or or copy and paste it into your browser:
TRAIL MANAGEMENT PLAN BACKGROUND
For more information on trail planning for the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, click on the links below.
Public Scoping 2005 - Maps and Summary of Public Comments
Public Scoping 2014 - Presentation and Maps
SMMNRA Recreational Trail Use Visitor Survey
Recreational Trail Use Visitor Survey, July, 2002
Did You Know?
Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area was established in 1978, but the National Park Service did not own public parkland in the area until 1980. National Park Rangers devised clever ways to promote the national park goals without land by creating thriving partnerships with many agencies.