Crystal Springs Trail south of Edgewood Road is NOW OPEN and is accessible by the temporary trailhead. Seeding with native plants around the trail has been completed. Landscaping activity will continue through winter with native plants like oak trees and willows. Crews will continue work in the area to complete this Bioregional Habitat Restoration project by spring of 2013.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Sawyer Camp Trail will be closed all day on Monday, November 19, as crews prepare the trail for winter storms and continue replanting. The trail will reopen by sunrise on Tuesday, November 20.
Planning a hike on Sawyer Camp Trail after your big Thanksgiving meal? No construction work is expected during the long holiday weekend. Enjoy!
Seasonal replanting will take place in December and January. Please subscribe (see right) for automatic email updates about any necessary trail closures.
Posted by SFPUC Communications at 3:10 PM
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Sawyer Camp Trail has reopened after a two-day closure.
We do not expect any additional trail closures through early next week, and the tentative partial trail closure planned for Saturday (November 10) will not be needed.
Please call us 24-hours a day at (866) 973-1476 with any questions or concerns.
Posted by SFPUC Communications at 11:38 AM
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The trail closures planned for this Friday and Saturday have been postponed due to weather. Instead, the entire trail will be closed for replanting on Monday and Tuesday, November 5 and 6.
The revegetation project underway along Sawyer Camp Trail is time-sensitive and must be completed in November, prior to winter storms.
Hydroseed trucks may be present on the trail weekdays while the trail is open. All vehicles on Sawyer Camp Trail will follow the 5 mph speed limit.
Additional trail closures are expected in November, including a tentative partial closure on Saturday, November 10th. Please subscribe to this site (see right) to receive automatic email updates, or follow us on Twitter: @sawyercamptrail.
Posted by SFPUC Communications at 3:23 PM