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525 San Anselmo Avenue
San Anselmo, CA 94960
Ph: (415) 258-4600
Fx: (415) 459-2477
Memorial Ridge and Red Hill Trails
The Public Works Department is collaborating with members of the Open Space Committee on plans for two hiking trails in San Anselmo.

The Town Council will consider the trail projects on Tuesday, August 8, 2017, at 7:00 p.m.
 
Red Hill Trail, would ascend to the summit of Red Hill using the existing road cuts on one of the Town parcels. The summit, with its impressive views, is of historical significance as a corner point of the Mexican land grants of the early 1800's. Conceptual Map of Red Hill Trail
   
Memorial Ridge Trail would connect Memorial Park to Sorich Park and its network of Marin County trails via the ridge line and an easement through the Tamalpais Cemetery. Conceptual Map of Memorial Ridge Trail    
   
Trail Walk on Proposed New Hiking Trails

Saturday, July 29th and August 5th, 2017


Town Staff will be providing a tour of the proposed new trail. The  existing trail may be fairly overgrown and steep in some areas so appropriate clothing and shoes should be worn.

Memorial Ridge Trail Walk Details
Red Hill Trail Walk Details

Environmental Review Documents
A Mitigated Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact has been prepared for each trail project and may be viewed here:
Click here to review the environmental documents and report

Information on Prior Meetings
   
Town Council Hearing on June 27, 2017
Link to Staff Reports and Video

Public Workshop on April 14, 2016

Red Hill Trail was discussed on September 24, 2013
       
Sunny Hills Ridge Trail was discussed on April 26, 2011

Trail Video
A video about the trails is available here.
   

If you have questions about the project please contact Sean Condry, Director of Building and Public Works.

If you like pulling scotch broom and would like to get involved with future trail maintenance and land stewardship, please contact:
Brian Crawford with the San Anselmo Open Space Committee