TRAIL CLOSURE INFORMATION
The City of Mountain View is pleased to announce surface improvements to the highly utilized trail system. Sections of the Stevens Creek Trail will be re-paved in mid-August in order to repair areas that have surface cracks and bumps. These needed repairs are scheduled over three days, August 17th, 18th, and 19th. Due to the nature of the work, sections of the Stevens Creek Trail will need to be CLOSED between 9:00am and 5:00pm on the 17th and 18th, and 9:00am to 1:00pm on the 19th.
Please reference the map of CLOSED sections in order to plan an alternate route. We thank you for your patience while these safety improvements are made to the trail system. Map of Trail Closure
Repairs to the Permanente Creek Trail, Bay Trail and other trails within Shoreline at Mountain View, will be completed between August 20th and August 28th. The repaving to trails within Shoreline will require sections of trails to be CLOSED between 7:00am and 5:00pm, however detours to other trails will be available. Please plan for increased travel times during this segment of repairs.
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FRIENDS OF THE STEVENS CREEK TRAIL
ANNUAL TRAILBLAZER RACE
The Friends of the Stevens Creek Trail race will be held virtually this year 2020. To register for the race and support the Stevens Creek Trail, please click this link Trailblazer Race
Shoreline At Mountain View is home to an eight-mile network of trails, bridges and roadways for walking, jogging, biking and inline skating. Vista Slope and the nearby Crittenden Hill provide expansive vistas as well as open space for exploring outdoors. The popular Stevens Creek Trail originates in Shoreline and travels creekside nearly five miles through Mountain View. The multi-use Permanente Creek Trail extends from Shoreline At Mountain View over Highway 101 to Old Middlefield Road. Many Shoreline trails connect with other regional trail systems, including the Bay Loop Trail.