Twin Peaks Trails Improvement Project
Please take our Twin Peaks Online Survey Regarding Your Park Use and Your Preferences for Promenade Design by October 31st
Twin Peaks is one of the most-visited natural areas, with stunning 360-degree views of the city and surrounding Bay Area. The Twin Peaks trail network was in poor condition with failing steps, redundant social trails that contributed to erosion and loss of sensitive habitat, and a lack of trail identification and wayfinding signage.
Scope of Work
The Twin Peaks Trails Improvement Project involves improving the main spine trail, repair existing trails and steps, eliminating social trails, and provide wayfinding signage. These measures improve public safety, reduce erosion, help preserve adjacent habitat, and improve the experience for park users.
- 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond
- 2010 Habitat Conservation Fund (Twin Peaks Trails Improvements) grant
- 2013 Habitat Conservation Fund (Creeks to Peaks) grant (for trail improvements at Glen Canyon Park as well as at Twin Peaks)
- Priority Conservation Area grants (2)
- 2020 Health and Recovery Bond
- Twin Peaks Community Meeting Notice 09-24-2013 (PDF)
- Twin Peaks Community Meeting Notice 10-05-2011 (PDF)
- Twin Peaks Community Meeting Presentation 09-24-2013 (PDF)
- Twin Peaks Presentation 10-05-2011 (PDF)
- Twin Peaks Trail Meeting Notes 10-05-2011 (PDF)
- Twin Peaks Trail Meeting Notes 11-02-2011 (PDF)