See below for summaries on some of our project planning efforts. Click on the project title to view details for each plan.
The National Park Service proposes improvements to the Vista Point Trail at Fort Baker to provide an important trail connection for pedestrians and bicyclists from the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge to Fort Baker and Sausalito. The project would convert a closed trail segment to a multi-use trail to provide a safer and more scenic route that is free of cars.
The purpose of the project is to improve and reopen a trail for public use, which will reduce vehicle-bicycle and vehicle-pedestrian conflicts on Alexander Avenue. Thousands of cyclists and many pedestrians who travel each day on Alexander Avenue will have the opportunity to travel on a car-free route between the Golden Gate Bridge and Fort Baker. The route extends from the Vista Point, travels around a hillside, and passes under the Golden Gate Bridge into Fort Baker.
Efforts are underway to re-align the existing Hawk Hill Trail, construct low retaining walls and railings, and rehabilitate disturbed areas. The project continues a multi-year effort to restore the native habitat and improve the visitor experience at one of the most scenic viewpoints in Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
When the improved Hawk Hill Trail opens in August it will provide easier access for hiking to the hilltop with a new alignment that is less prone to erosion than the existing trail. The project is an example of work underway to make the park more accessible to a wider variety of visitors.
- Alexander Avenue Planning Study
- Caltrans Storm Damage Repairs, State Route 1
- Cavallo Point Lodge Demonstration Greenhouse, Fort Baker
- Headlands Institute Campus Improvement and Expansion Plan
- Marin Equestrian Stables Plan
- Perform Flood Repairs, Stinson Beach
- Rehabilitate Cavallo Point Lodge, Historic Building 615, Fort Baker
- Sausalito-Marin County Sanitary District Treatment Plan Upgrade, Fort Baker
- Stinson Beach Waste Water Treatment Facility Rehabilitation Project