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It’s no secret that outdoor activities are important to Los Alamos County residents. Trails provide residents with an outlet for hiking and walking and a way to keep fit while having fun.
During Tuesday’s meeting, council voted 5-0 to adopt the trail management planning documents, which include the trail management plan, the trail policy plan and the trail standards.
According to county documents, the Trail Management Planning package is divided into three parts.
The Trail Policy sets goals and specific objectives to provide for the overall protection and improvement of the trail network. It establishes definitions of types of trails on the network, presents broad strategies for maintaining the trail networks and assigns responsibility for the various tasks.
The Trail Management Plan defines the trails on the network, provides a current assessment of the conditions and needs of the network and details the specific on-the-ground actions needed to meet the goals of the Trail Policy Plan.
Part 3, Trail Standards, establishes specific criteria for the construction and maintenance of the trail network.
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