The Fresno Council of Governments and Fresno County are developing the 2020 Fresno County Regional Trails Plan, which will create recommendations for the ongoing development of new trail connections that create a safe, comfortable, and connected network for walking/hiking, off-road biking and horseback riding.
Note: Don’t confuse this with the Trail Network Expansion Feasibility Plan, which is a CITY of Fresno plan. This new plan is for the entire county and will focus on unpaved recreational trails and paved shared-use paths in Fresno County, including county areas within Fresno.
There’s two ways for you to comment, a survey and a map. They both can be found on this page. You do the simple survey first, and then get shown a map of existing trails. You can then click on segments and make comments. For example, you can tell them that the Van Ness trail is not very useful. Once you’re done commenting on existing trails, you can draw your own preferred future trails.
It appears like the feedback will be accepted until the end of the month, so comment soon!
3 Replies to “Fresno COGS asking for feedback on 2020 Fresno County Regional Trails Plan”
There’s a multi use trail on Van Ness? 😉
Built in 197x and then never clearly maintained since
Just to clarify… The Class I trail is on Van Ness from Shaw to Herndon.