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Comments Needed Today on Azalea Hill CEQA document

ACTION ALERT: MCBC identified Azalea Hill as a major gap in Marin’s trail network in 2011. MMWD has prepared a multi-faceted project which will enhance recreation and reduce impacts on the environment. We need your support for this 3 GAPS Project today!

China Camp – Progress on the Shoreline Trail

A big MCBC Thank You! to the 35 volunteers who worked on the Shoreline Trail repair job at China Camp State Park last week. Thanks to their efforts we are finally close to getting the trail open again.

MCBC Volunteers Needed for Jensie – Keep Riders Safe!

Do you know someone riding the Jensie? Sign up to volunteer and join them for free food, live music and a beer (21 or older) at the Finisher’s Village on Saturday, October 7. Know someone who wants to ride? We’ve got a great deal for you and your +1. Yes, there’s a catch: they ride, you volunteer and you both get free stuff.

“Slow and Say Hello!” at Historic Phoenix Lake Log Cabin this Saturday

Visit the Trail Partners’ “Slow and Say Hello!” outpost this Saturday at the historic Phoenix Lake log cabin to get all of your trail-related questions answered, learn about safe trail use, and use your new knowledge of trail etiquette to win fun prizes. For this one day only, the historic Log Cabin will also be open to the public.

Biketoberfest volunteers Bring Fall Festival to Life

Volunteer for a shift and receive a free beer tasting ticket (21 and over), meal ticket and MCBC t-shirt (if you don’t already have one). There’s no more festive way to support MCBC than to join the Biketoberfest volunteer team! 

County of Marin Releases Alto Tunnel Cost Estimate

This Tuesday, the County of Marin  released the Alto Tunnel Investigation and Cost Estimate Update, signaling the completion of several years of information-gathering on the long-shuttered tunnel. “MCBC is delighted that this day has finally come,” said Executive Director Jim Elias. “With detailed cost estimates in hand, we now know what it will take to close the last significant gap in the North-South Greenway.”

County Parks Video Highlights Measure A Results

Following an extensive vetting process, Marin County Open Space was able to start implementing new trail projects in 2016. They have opened 3.5 miles of new trails in Mill Valley and San Geronimo, with another two miles of trail under construction now. This video highlights one of those projects.