Outdoor Enthusiasts, The City Is Listening

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 27, 2012 - The Big Bear Valley Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian Master Plan process is underway, with the goal of developing a blueprint for a community of neighborhoods enjoyable and safe for people on foot, bike, horseback and other modes of transportation. It will also be a guide for attracting and building businesses related to the recreation industry. On November 3, the public will have a chance to give input on the master plan during Community Field Day. Residents can participate in activities depending on their interests – be it a horseback ride, a senior walk, or a hike, run or bike ride on a trail – then tell the City what they can do to improve the experience. For more details on schedule and locations, contact Siri Eggebraten at (909) 866-5831 or sirieggebraten@citybigbearlake.com.

SCHEDULE
Run a Trail 8:30-10:00: 
Meet at the Discovery Center, participate in an easy to moderate run on off-road trails, and suggest ways to improve our local running resources.

SeniorWalk 9:00-10:30: Meet at the Stanfield Marsh Wildlife and Waterfowl Preserve parking area, located at the west end of the Stanfield Marsh, walk along the boardwalk and tell the City how they can make streets, sidewalks, and trails better for Big Bear Seniors.

Hike a Trail 11:00-1:00: Meet at the Aspen Glen Picnic Area on Mill Creek Road, hike Pine Knot Trail, and tell us what can be done to improve streets, sidewalks, and trails for pedestrians across the Valley.

Bike a Trail 2:00-3:30: Meet at Snow Summit and bike a dirt trail to the Village. Suggest ways dirt and paved trails can be improved for both recreational and commuter purposes.

Trot a Trail (TBD): Meeting place and time to be determined based on who would like to join in on a small group trail ride.

Big Bear Lake, CA, October 27, 2012 - The Big Bear Valley Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian Master Plan process is underway, with the goal of developing a blueprint for a community of neighborhoods enjoyable and safe for people on foot, bike, horseback and other modes of transportation. It will also be a guide for attracting and building businesses related to the recreation industry. On November 3, the public will have a chance to give input on the master plan during Community Field Day. Residents can participate in activities depending on their interests – be it a horseback ride, a senior walk, or a hike, run or bike ride on a trail – then tell the City what they can do to improve the experience. For more details on schedule and locations, contact Siri Eggebraten at (909) 866-5831 or sirieggebraten@citybigbearlake.com.

SCHEDULE
Run a Trail 8:30-10:00: 
Meet at the Discovery Center, participate in an easy to moderate run on off-road trails, and suggest ways to improve our local running resources.

SeniorWalk 9:00-10:30: Meet at the Stanfield Marsh Wildlife and Waterfowl Preserve parking area, located at the west end of the Stanfield Marsh, walk along the boardwalk and tell the City how they can make streets, sidewalks, and trails better for Big Bear Seniors.

Hike a Trail 11:00-1:00: Meet at the Aspen Glen Picnic Area on Mill Creek Road, hike Pine Knot Trail, and tell us what can be done to improve streets, sidewalks, and trails for pedestrians across the Valley.

Bike a Trail 2:00-3:30: Meet at Snow Summit and bike a dirt trail to the Village. Suggest ways dirt and paved trails can be improved for both recreational and commuter purposes.

Trot a Trail (TBD): Meeting place and time to be determined based on who would like to join in on a small group trail ride.

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