Utility Corridor Trail, Trail Map, & Proposed Bike Park

Utility Corridor Trail
Updated 4/1/22
The planned trail is approximately 5,400 linear feet in length and will begin on the west side of El Dorado Hills Boulevard, directly across from Stephen Harris Park, where it will intersect the heavily used County Class I path running alongside El Dorado Hills Boulevard. The trail will extend west through the corridor, cross Hensley Circle and continue down through treed open space where it will outlet at Beatty Drive.

Many El Dorado Hills residents already walk and bike this informal trail, but it will become the District’s second recognized trail after the New York Creek Trail. Staff are preparing to issue a Request for Proposals for construction drawings and permitting. More information will be posted as the project develops.

Current Project Status

Upcoming Milestones
Spring 2022
Soliciting for proposals for permitting and construction drawings


Completed Milestones

Fall 2021
Environmental memo written by consultant for permitting and process requirements

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District staff to bring draft Trail Map and Pocket Guide to the Board of Directors for review at their next meeting.

Over the past year, District staff have been working on finalizing the District’s first Trail Map and Pocket Guide. The efforts have included gathering GIS data, working with area HOAs and residents to identify trails and pathways within the District’s Boundary and showing those connections that lead into the surrounding areas. The map is a foldable one- page guide intended to help the El Dorado Hills Community know about all the public routes. Next phases of the project include creation of an online interactive version. Stay tuned for more information.

Current Project Status

Upcoming Milestones
April 2022
CSD Board to review Trail Map and Pocket Guide at April 14, 2022 Board Meeting

Spring 2022
Make trail map available on district website for mobile access

Completed Milestones

March 2022
Parks and Planning Committee Review and forward Trail Map to Board at March 15, 2022 meeting