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Parma Park Trails Restoration Project: Public Meeting

Join us on March 22, 2018 to learn more about this project

Sign at entrance of Parma Park

Are you interested in learning more about the Parma Park Trails Restoration Project? We hope you'll attend our March 22 public meeting!

Meeting Details

March 22, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Dept. Administrative Office (in the conference room)
620 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara CA 93101 (map)

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Project Information

Please join the Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department, Santa Barbara Trails Council, and Ray Ford for a discussion of the Parma Park trail restoration project and the trail plan prepared over the past year. Project elements include:

  • Refurbish existing trails for better water drainage/erosion prevention
  • Reroutes or corrections for steep or entrenched trails
  • Additional development of user friendly hiking and equestrian trail routes and new destinations
  • Protection of environmental resources

Draft trail maps are available for review (please see the links below) and will be presented at the meeting.

The trail restoration project is intended to reduce erosion and increase sustainability, provide a recreationally satisfying and safe trail experience, protect natural and cultural resources and support long-term trail maintenance.

The project does not include changes to trail use types. It is primarily intended for hiking and equestrian trails due to the limited access (main road only) for bicycles in Parma Park.


Parma Park Trails Restoration Project Maps

PDF of Parma Park Map 2Download Parma Park Map 1

PDF of Parma Park Map 1Download Parma Park Map 2


PDF of Meeting Flyer

PDF of Parma Park Meeting Flyer for 3/22/2018Download Public Meeting Flyer



If you have any questions about this project, please feel free to contact George Thomson or Kathy Frye from the Parks and Recreation Department Capital Projects team.

George Thomson, Parks Capital Projects Supervisor
(805) 560-7576

Kathy Frye, Associate Planner
805) 897-1976

Last Updated: Mar 15, 2018
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