The Tracks at Brea Trail is now officially completed, with all segments entirely open for the community to use. What was once a railroad and train depot has now transformed into a 50-acre linear park that traverses the City across four miles. For more information please visit the Tracks at Brea.
Go Human Demonstration Event | Connect the Loop June 10
Walk, Bike, and Roll to Connect the Loop! Join OC Parks, Cities of Anaheim and Yorba Linda as we demonstrate street improvements that make walking and biking in our community safer and more enjoyable. Experience riding your bike on a separated bike lane, and riding or walking on an off-street shared-use path. Plus, enjoy food trucks, entertainment, family-friendly activities, a bicycle rodeo, giveaways, and more! Bike parking will be available.
Go Human - Connect the Loop Saturday, June 10 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. At Fairmont Boulevard and E. La Palma Avenue Event Postcard: Front | Back
Project Notice and Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND), File Number IP 16-343
The OC Loop Carbon Creek Channel Bikeway Gap Closure Segment D Project Notice and IS/MND are now available. View Now
The IS/MND and supporting attachments are also available for review at OC Planning, Room 130, 300 North Flower Street, Santa Ana, CA 92703.
The dates of this review are included in the attached notice. The IS/MND may be adopted by the County of Orange and become final unless written comments on its appropriateness or adequacy are received by the OC Development Services Offices (see address below) by 4:30 p.m. on May 15, 2017, the ending date of the public review period.
If you would like to comment as to the appropriateness or adequacy of the IS/MND, comments must be in writing and submitted to the contact person listed below by 4:30 p.m. on May 15, 2017.
OC Parks is hosting a community meeting to share project updates and route alternatives for three segments along the OC Loop. Please join us to learn more about this project.
Let’s work together to complete the vision for this 66-mile seamless link for people to bike, walk and access some of the county’s most scenic beaches, local parks, schools, shopping areas and active transportation corridors.
The OC Loop is a vision for a 66-mile, mostly off-road path, for biking and walking that improves quality of life, supports freedom from car-dependency, and promotes healthy living. This proposed project represents an important piece of the regional bikeway network in West, North and Northeast Orange County allowing users to bike, walk, and simply connect to some of California’s most scenic beaches, to Orange County’s inland reaches.
Through grant funding from Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) in early 2014, OC Parks commissioned a Feasibility Study for completing gap segments along the OC Loop. A draft study was coordinated with various agencies for review/comment in early February 2015 with a Final Gap Feasibility Study document and Appendix completed in late March 2015. This technical reference document would be used by agencies wishing to apply for Local, State and/or Federal funding opportunities toward closing gaps along the OC Loop.
Making Orange County a safe, healthy, and fulfilling place to live, work, and play, today and for generations to come, by providing outstanding, cost-effective regional public services.
You Are Now Leaving the County of Orange Official Portal