Bodega Bay Trail - Coastal North Harbor


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Sonoma County Regional Parks
Document Title
Bodega Bay Trail - Coastal North Harbor
Document Type
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Project Applicant
Sonoma County Regional Parks Department
Present Land Use
Public/Quasi-Public (Public Park)

Document Description
The Bodega Bay Trail is part of the California Coastal Trail alignment. The Bodega Bay Trail - Coastal North Harbor segment will be approximately 0.60 miles (3,168 linear feet) in length and 8 to 10 feet wide. The Trail starts by connecting the existing Bodega Bay Trail - Coastal Prairie segment to the north on County property, continuing south and meandering through the Sonoma Coast State Park Dunes Campground area to the intersection of Bay Flat Road and Eastshore Road, and paralleling Eastshore Road for 258 linear feet to the terminus point. The proposed Trail will comprise of the following construction materials: 1,825 linear feet of 8 foot wide resin-stabilized aggregate, approximately 1,100 linear feet of boardwalk, 170 linear fee of wood puncheon and drainage lenses, wood retaining walls, and 258 linear feet of asphalt pavement along Eastshore Road. The purpose of the project is to extend the California Coastal Trail and to provide a safe pathway for pedestrians and bicyclists that is separated from the road. The development of the Trail will improve travel between existing residential, recreational, and commercial areas in Bodega Bay.

Contact Information
Kenneth Tam
Sonoma County Regional Parks
2300 County Center Drive, Suite 120A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Phone : (707) 565-3348
Fax : (707) 579-8247


Bodega Bay (unincorporated)
Cross Streets
Bay Flat Road, Eastshore Road
Total Acres
Parcel #
100-220-007,100-220-008, 100-020-033
State Highways
Highway 1
Pacific Ocean, Bodega Harbor
Other Location Info
Trail project is located on County property, Sonoma Coast State Park Bodega Dunes Campground area, and public road right of way (Bay Flat Road and Eastshore Road).

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Recreational (Multi-use public trail) Transportation (Multi-use trail will serve as a Class I bike path)
Local Action
Coastal Permit
Project Issues
Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Coastal Zone Geologic/Seismic Greenhouse Gas Emissions Recreation/Parks Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Traffic/Circulation Tribal Cultural Resources Vegetation Water Quality Wetland/Riparian Wildlife
Reviewing Agencies
California Air Resources Board California Coastal Commission California Department of Conservation California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Delta Region 3 California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Marin Region 7 California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways California Department of Water Resources California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Natural Resources Agency California Regional Water Quality Control Board, North Coast Region 1 California State Lands Commission Office of Historic Preservation State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Quality California Department of Transportation, District 4


Environmental Document
_2020020074 Memo   PDF 16970 K Bodega Bay Trail Project ISMND Technical Reports(AppendixPART 1)   PDF 16825 K Bodega Bay Trail Project ISMND Technical Reports(AppendixPART 2)   PDF 61161 K Initial Study MND BBT Coastal North   PDF 3285 K Notice of Intent BBT Coastal North   PDF 286 K OPR Summary Form BBT Coastal North   PDF 581 K
Notice of Completion BBT Coastal North   PDF 689 K
State Comments
2020020074_Bodega_Bay_Trail_Project_SON_1   PDF 245 K

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