Information for Equestrians

A portion of the construction for the PV Peninsula Water Reliability Project will take place along the Palomino Ranchos and Botanic Garden bridle trails in Rolling Hills Estates. We understand that this project will temporarily impact the equestrian community and trail users. We are working with horse owners and local equestrian groups to minimize impacts to the community. Below you’ll find more information regarding construction along the bridle trails and anticipated closures.  

BRIDLE TRAIL CLOSURE MAP

 

Construction in the Palomino Ranchos and Bridle trails is expected to begin August 2018 and be completed by March 2019. Review the trail closure map to learn about the trail closures and what alternate routes are available.

Note: For the latest construction dates and timeline information, please visit the Map & Timeline page.

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LANDFILL LOOP TRAIL DETOUR MAP

 

To facilitate construction, there will be a detour of the Landfill Loop Trail until approximately December 2019. The trail will remain open and accessible during regular hours but will be reduced in size. Review the trail detour map to learn about the temporary new trail route.

Note: For the latest construction dates and timeline information, please visit the Map & Timeline page.

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EQUESTRIAN FACT SHEET

 

Learn more about how the project impacts the equestrian community and what Cal Water is doing to minimize temporary inconveniences.

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