The Project consists of installation of approximately 2.5 miles of 12-foot-wide trails for pedestrian recreational use. The trail will begin at an existing baseball field located near the Groveland CSD offices. From there, the trail goes south and west past the Mary Laveroni Park, where the trail will intersect and continue westward where it will meet the Jefferson Mine Trail Loop. Two pedestrian bridges are proposed to be installed over a creek to accommodate the trail. Other trail improvements consist of trail lighting, signage, benches, kiosks and trash receptacles. The Project also includes improvements to Mary Laveroni Park, consisting of new restrooms, a walking loop, a small amphitehater, benches, trash receptacles, transit shelter, picnic benches and related improvements.
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Central Region 4 (CDFW), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, Central Valley Flood Protection Board, Office of Historic Preservation, Sierra Nevada Conservancy, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, California Department of Transportation, District 10 (DOT), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 (RWQCB)
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California Department of Transportation, District 10 (DOT), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 (RWQCB)
Recreational (2.5 miles of trails and improvements to the Mary Laveroni park)
Trail and park improvements
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