The School Trails project had an Open House scheduled for the public on March 17th, 2020. Due to the coronavirus situation, the open house was canceled.
Information on this project is presented below.  comment using the CONTACT FORM at the bottom of this web page.

BVUSD Education Foundation: School Trails

PROJECT DOCUMENT 3rd Revision: March 2020

Project Overview

In 2018, RCK Properties donated 213 acres of forested land to the Bear Valley Unified School District. The District has transferred title to the BVUSD Education Foundation.
After discussions with stakeholders, it has been proposed to utilize much of the land for a network of community trails. These trails will provide opportunities for high school cross country runners and bike team members to train, as well as outdoor, place-based science learning and experiential education prospects for both elementary and high school students. Additionally, the trails will provide necessary connectivity between local neighborhoods and schools, providing alternatives to traveling along busy city streets. Finally, the trails will afford to the community easy and convenient access to outdoor recreational opportunities close to where they live.
Project Team and Partners
Currently, the project team consists of:
Steve Foulkes: BVUSD Education Foundation, Big Bear Valley Unified School District
Chris Barnes: Big Bear Cycling, Big Bear Trails Group
Driz Cook: Big Bear Trails Group
Partners include:
Bear Valley Unified School District
United States Forest Service, Mountaintop Ranger District
City of Big Bear Lake, CA
County of San Bernardino, CA
Snow Summit Resorts
Southern California Mountains Foundation
The project area, noted as Education Foundation on the figure, is located directly west of Big Bear High School in Sugarloaf CA, 92386, directly south of Baldwin Lane Elementary in Sugarloaf CA, 92386, and north of Big Bear Boulevard in Big Bear City, CA 92314.
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