The City of Rancho Cordova is studying an opportunity to build a new two-mile bicycle and pedestrian trail along Cordova Creek from the American River Parkway to the area near Ahlstrom Park. The study would explore the possibility for a new trail that would create connections for residents to safely walk and bike to schools, parks and other trails in our community. Click here to view a project map.
Draft Cordova Creek to Trail Feasibility Study
The City hosted two public workshops, conducted multiple surveys, and had opportunities to provide feedback through the City's website about the proposed project, and our community has provided valuable input. The public comment period for the draft Cordova Creek to Trail Feasibility Study is now closed. As detailed in the draft Feasibility Study, the proposed project will not move forward at this time.
The final Cordova Creek to Trail Feasibility Study is expected to be released in September and will be posted here. The City appreciates your interest and feedback.
Where We’ve Been
- Conducted Field Walk of Project Area: March 2018
- Established Stakeholder Advisory Committee: May 2018
The Stakeholder Advisory Committee includes partners from public agencies and community groups that have expertise in active transportation or interest in the proposed project. The purpose of the committee is to gather input on project objectives and process, involve members in planning and promotion of other outreach activities, and solicit feedback on project deliverables. Click here to view the Stakeholder Advisory Committee List.
- Launched Online Community Survey: May 2018
- Community Open House at City Hall: May 30, 2018
- Community Open House at Mills Middle School: May 16, 2019 Click here for the open house flyer.
- Final Study of Plan: Expected to be released in September
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