Meeting Time: March 15, 2021 at 5:30pm PDT

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The purpose of this public outreach meeting is to inform the public on the City's trail planning efforts, to obtain public input and to answer questions.

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    Juan Murillo 20 days ago

    i bring my daughters here at least once a week and they enjoy seeing the nature and the love riding down the trails, it’s a good way to keep kids and adults healthy, it would be a good thing for our community.

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    Andres Aldrete 20 days ago

    We need our trails! I been in the community for over 10 years. Love riding my bike around this trails and making friends, sharing memories. Trying to improve them and taking care of them. Is sad that some people don’t do the same and leave trash on them. Let’s keep our trails clean. And yes let’s keep them open for everyone. Respect the Hikers and mountains bikes!

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    Roberto Murillo 20 days ago

    It's an awesome trail

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    Boyan Stoychev 20 days ago

    More trails in the area would be awesome, it's a great healthy way to reset on a bike or hike

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    Mark Forbes 20 days ago

    These trails have been enjoyed by riders since before most/any of the people complaining about them moved in. I rode these canyons as a child in the 70s (before H Street and the homes existed). Why anyone would oppose this is beyond me. Our people need more recreation resources, not fewer! The trails have been around for decades and there have been no issues with them in all that time, except for hikers or home owners complaining about mtn bikers. What is the point of having natural resources if people cannot use them? The local MTB community is willing to support this, and they are the majority users of our outdoor resources. My dad was working on these trails 20+ years ago, and making them better for bikers and hikers to enjoy, while ensuring sustainability. Approve the trail plan, show people that it works, and then open more trails in similar areas.

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    Esteban Cabrera 20 days ago

    This is long over due. Its a great way to keep our kids off the street and have them exercising and enjoying the outdoor.

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    Angel Hernandez 20 days ago

    I think this is awesome. These trails are a great way to have fun, bond with the family and stay healthy, and its a great outlet for troubled youth wether hiking or mountain biking. Im all for it

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    Pete Gonzalez 20 days ago

    As a 30 yr resident of CV & Mt. biker I support this project due to the fact that their few trails within the city to ride. With more development planned east of Otay Lakes this reduces locations where bike riders & hikers can enjoy. As a member of Bonita Bikers 🚵‍♂️ & SDMBA I have enjoyed local trails & have volunteered countless hours to improving trails locally. I also have volunteered numerous hours @ Sweetwater Mt bike park. It would awesome if the canyons on both sides of H St. would be included in the city master plan. It’s becoming hard to travel long distances to enjoy trails especially when your 73. It’s also great that the new park off 805 & Main St. is being constructed as we need this type of development. I also road ride & have observed the lack of bike lanes on the west side of 805. It’s extremely dangerous to ride on the west side of CV. Many riders from the East side ride West to the bay bike path. I have volunteered with SDMBA to educate young riders on do’s & don’ts of riding & importantance of volunteering re: trail maintenance.

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    Jason Decker 20 days ago

    I think this is a great idea and definitely support this. Would love to see these trails open for mountain bikes as well. It would be a great use of space and encourage healthy activities in our communities.

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    Liam Torres 21 days ago

    I think opening these trails to the public would be amazing! I live very close by I would be so excited to take my dog and girlfriend on hikes! I've grown up in the area and would love this 100%!