Copeland Creek Trail

This project designs and constructs a 2.6 mile trail linking Sonoma State University to Crane Creek Regional Park. The Copeland Creek Trail project will connect a popular urban greenway to the headwaters of Hinebaugh Creek.

Once completed, the trail will provide a continuation of the existing Copeland Creek Trail within Rohnert Park, westward to the intersection of Hinebaugh Creek and the Rohnert Park Expressway. Future work will extend this trail to the Laguna de Santa Rosa, offering community access to appreciate the Laguna’s diverse ecological and scenic resources.

Funding includes a Matching Grant from Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District to Rohnert Park. The County’s project, starting at the Rohnert Park city limits at Petaluma Hill Road and continuing east, is identified as high priority in the adopted 2010 County Bikeway Plan. This Plan also designates Regional Parks Department as responsible for establishing and maintaining Class I Bikeways. Class I Bikeways are also known as multi-use paths, providing access for pedestrian and bicycle travel with an all-weather surface. Class I Bikeways are on corridors separate from the road and are intended to provide superior safety, connectivity, and recreation opportunities.

Questions or Comments?

Contact Project Manager:

Ken Tam
Call:  (707) 565-3348
Email:  Ken Tam

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