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The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council provides additional opportunities to maintain trails on a regional basis and posts a current schedule of events.
The Friends of the Guadalupe River Trail & Gardens work with local corporations to conduct Corporate Work Days to clean up the park and trail.
For vandalism, call the Park Concern Hot Line at 793-5510 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Point your mouse over "Adopt-A-Creek Program" Select "Request a pickup or sign installation - Lower Peninsula/West Valley Watershed" Scroll down a bit to "BOX 2" and next to "Request type" select "Service Request" Enter details in the "your request" window (permit number, name of group, creek name, cleanup time, trash location, your contact info etc.,). If it's a specific trash location, enter the address in the next area OR if no address provide details about the location Last step: "BOX 3" - Login, Register to create an account or send a message.
Contact your local, state and federal governing officials to express support for programs that fund trails. As a reference, the Annual Trail Report provides the grant programs that the City pursued over the past fiscal year.
The State of California Coastal Conservancy is offering a unique license plate as a great way to show your support for protecting and restoring natural habitats and providing open space and recreation (trails).
Tell us about how your employer supports bicycle commuting. We can always use Letters of Support when submitting grants – getting them from companies that see the trails as an important commute option makes the grant application far more compelling.
Send us your trail story or allow us to interview you. We want to share your story if you are commuting regularly on San Jose’s trails. These stories reinforce that real people are using trails as part of of their regular work day, and the area's economy benefits as a result.