City to Stop Further Development on “Trails to the Sea” Project

Update 2/1/2022: Based on the feedback received from the residents of Huntington Beach via survey, social media, and email, the City has opted to halt all further development for the “Trails to the Sea” Project. Remaining funding that had been allocated for the project will be used for other mobility projects.

Update 1/20/22: The “Trails to the Sea” survey is now closed. Additional information on the status of the project will be provided in the future.

The City of Huntington Beach is considering multi-use paths alongside the Talbert and Huntington Beach Channels and wants to hear from you!  This project titled, Trails to the Sea, creates opportunities for safer pedestrian and bicyclist access to the beach, schools, parks, and other amenities in the City as well as allow for greater access to neighboring spots via the existing Santa Ana River Trail system.  You can click this link to fill out an online survey to provide your input.

The proposed channel path for the Huntington Beach and Talbert Channel

The initial proposed paths would add:

  • 4.75 miles of new trail
  • Two new access locations (creating a total of 11 Channel Access locations)
  • Connections to one existing trail
  • Connections to eight existing bike lanes

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