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OC Parks will hold a workshop from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on October 7, 2015 at OC Fire Authority Headquarters to present and solicit public input on several alternative alignments for a segment of a proposed bikeway that would travel through or adjacent to Peters Canyon Regional Park. Supervisor Spitzer is scheduled to host the meeting.

In early 2015, OC Parks initiated the public input process to create a General Development Plan (park plan) for Peters Canyon Regional Park. One of the items being considered for the park’s trail plan is a paved multi-use trail that would traverse the park. OC Parks has received public comment to consider alternative alignments for the multi-use trail.

OC Parks has hired an engineering firm to prepare an analysis of the proposed alternative trail alignments. At the upcoming workshop, OC Parks and the consultant will present various trail alignment alternatives for consideration and public input.

OC Parks wants to hear from all Orange County residents even if they are unable to attend the workshop. The presentation and exhibit maps will be available after the workshop on the project website at

Thoughts on the project can also be sent to OC Parks at The County looks forward to the public’s participation in the planning process to improve Peters Canyon Regional Park for the enjoyment and recreation of all Orange County residents.

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