General Plan: Residential. Zoning: Special Conservation Planning, 5-acre minimum.
Installation of an equestrian bridge spanning Bear Gulch Creek, extending from the rear of 60 Why Worry Lane to the rear of 3411 Woodside Road. The bridge and new trail segments would be located downstream from a washout area on the steep eastern slope above Bear Gulch Creek that resulted in closure of the trail in 2017. The clear span bridge and new trail segments would connect to the existing Center Trail, which has been used by equestrians for more than 100 years. The project would utilize an existing Town Conservation and Equestrian Easement on the southwest side of Bear Gulch Creek, and a trail alignment that is subject to an Equestrian Use Agreement on the northeast side. The project would allow for the reopening of the Center Trail.
Bear Gulch Creek, Tripp Gulch, Squealer Gulch, Apple
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Recreational (Equestrian Bridge and Trail Segments)
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