Spend some leisure time golfing, sailing, windsurfing or flying a kite. Take in the rich local history of Rengstorff House and its gardens or observe the abundance of wildlife along the miles of trails available for jogging, hiking and biking.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
NO DOGS AND DOMESTICATED ANIMALS
PLEASE STAY ON TRAILS
General Information - Shoreline Administrative Office (650) 903-6392
Shoreline Ranger - (650) 930-6655
Brady Ruebusch - Shoreline Manager (650) 903-6066
Steve Achabal - Shoreline Supervisor (650) 903-6076
Steve Crane - Shoreline Parks Supervisor (650) 903-6175
Danny Velasco - Landfill Postclosure Supervisor (650) 903-6089
Kristina Perino - Shoreline Coordinator (650) 903-6073
CURRENT SHORELINE PROJECTS
South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Pond Project at Pond A2W - Construction
February 7, 2022, until December 31, 2023
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the California State Coastal Conservancy will begin construction of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Pond Project at Pond A2W located immediately north of Shoreline Park and west of Stevens Creek. Pond A2W will be restored from open-water ponds enclosed by levees to tidal marsh by allowing silt to settle in the pond so marsh plants can establish. For more information on the project, visit the project webpages at:
Pond A2W Access Route and Material Import and Placement
Daily interruptions and brief closures of public access trail crossings (including a section of the Bay Trail) for delivery of material to Pond A2W will take place between 7:30 A.M and 4 P.M weekdays.
Truck traffic will enter the project area through the City of Mountain View’s Shoreline Park and into Pond A2W. Trucks will be traveling along Amphitheatre Parkway, onto Crittenden Lane, and then through the PG&E property adjacent to Stevens Creek into Shoreline Park on park maintenance levee-top roads. A new temporary access ramp will be built at the northeast limit of Shoreline Park, adjacent to the Bay Trail, for material transport to the project area in Pond A2W. Material will be used for construction access, habitat enhancements and levee fill. All trails will be accessible on weekdays when no hauling or construction is occurring. Temporary signs and flaggers will be placed at the Bay Trail and adjacent to Crittenden Pump Station to manage truck traffic and trail user access.
When: February 7, 2022, until December 31, 2023
This project will help the implementation of the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project’s Phase 2 action at the Alviso-Mountain View Ponds. It will establish an access route and stockpile location for deliveries by haul trucks of fill material for the project construction, including wildlife habitat slopes and islands and for improvements to existing levees.
If you have questions or comments, contact the City at (650) 903-6076.
FOURTH OF JULY INFORMATION
Please visit www.mountainview.gov/fireworks for more information
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
There is a large grassy area alongside the Shoreline Sailing Lake that is ideal for individual families to bring a blanket and a picnic lunch. Shoreline At Mountain View is an environmental preserve and, therefore, unlike many City parks, does not provide areas for individual or group barbecues, large functions or organized sports. Cuesta and Rengstorff Parks, both located in Mountain View, have picnic areas that can accommodate multi-family get togethers as well as large groups. For more information, visit the Reservations page or call the Shoreline mainline at 650-903-6392.
Yes. At Michaels, in addition to the grill which is open to the public seven days a week for breakfast and lunch, full service banquet facilities for private events are also available. For more information, see Michaels At Shoreline or call (650) 962-1014.
The Lakeside Cafe features late breaKfast, lunch and snacks and is also a popular venue for outdoor group events. More information is available online or by calling (650) 965-3779.