The Coyote Creek Trail will be closed between the Hwy 237 bikeway and Tasman Drive until November 30 for pavement improvements.
The lower Guadalupe River Trail will be closed from July 28 through August 4 between Tasman Drive and Gold Street (on both sides of Hwy 237) for channel clearing and weed abatement by crews of the water district.
Portions of the Los Gatos Creek Trail will be closed in August for repairs:
1) Monday, August 8: east side of trail between Campbell Park and San Tomas Expressway
2) Wednesday, August 10: west side of trail between Campbell Park and San Tomas Expressway
3) Monday, August 15: between Campbell Avenue and the Bascom Avenue Bridge
Closures start at 6:00 am and extend for 24 hours
Learn more about the status of San Jose Trails at our next meeting tomorrow, Monday 7/18 7pm @ WG Library. Yves Zsutty, Trails Coordinator of the City of San Jose, on threats to trail continuity and land acquisition for the Three Creeks Trail. And Mike Flaugher, Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority, on the Ridge Trail.
More about trails closures and the annual trail report:
Los Gatos Creek Trail
The City of Campbell is repaving portions of the popular trail system. Per the attached map, they will need to close portions of the trail for 24 hour periods during August. Persons visiting the trail will find barricades that prevent access.
Coyote Creek Trail
The City of San Jose is expected to commence work to pave the trail system from Highway 237 Bikeway to Tasman Drive. We anticipate that work will commence on July 25 (estimated), with construction taking about 4 months. Persons that use the intersection Highway 237 Bikeway can continue to do so, but will lose direct access to Coyote Creek Trail during construction.
Penitencia Creek Trail (Noble to Dorel)
Construction work is occurring this summer to deliver a new section of trail near Alum Rock Park. There is currently no trail along the creek between Noble Avenue and Dorel Drive.
Coyote Creek Trail (Shady Oaks Fitness Trail)
A new 1.0-mile Fitness Loop will be linked to Coyote Creek Trail at the Shady Oaks Park pedestrian bridge in south San Jose (just north of Blossom Hill Road). There is no trail at the existing site (former orchard), so this is a new destination for trail users along the popular trail system.
Frequent construction updates on this project and other on-going trail work is posted on Twitter@sanjosetrails
The Trail Programâ€™s 2015/16 Annual Report has been posted this week and provides a good overview of on-going development work: http://www.sanjoseca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/58020
The City of San Jose reports that a new 1.0-mile Fitness Loop will be linked to Coyote Creek Trail at the Shady Oaks Park pedestrian bridge in south San Jose (just north of Blossom Hill Road). There is no trail at the existing site (former orchard), so this is a new destination for trail users along the popular trail system.