Trails have been an asset of La Cañada Flintridge dating back to before the City’s incorporation. The trail system includes trails belonging to both the City itself and the County of Los Angeles. The majority of the trail system in the City does not belong to the City but the County. However, the City has a working relationship with the County to maintain and improve County trails for all users. Also, the City works closely with our own Trails Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the City’s Trail.
In March 2006, the City Council adopted the first Trails Master Plan, including detailed information of all the trails in the City along with other trail-related matters that were outlined in the plan.
Also, to protect the trails and establish trail regulations for both City and County trails in the City, the City Council Adopted Ordinance 355. This ordinance outlines regulations for both City-owned, and County-owned trails, that trail users and residents alike must follow.
City-owned trails are maintained by the City of La Cañada Flintridge. County-owned trails are maintained by the Lost Angeles County Parks & Recreation Department. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to report trail matters, please contact the Public Works Department at 818-790-8880.
TRAIL USERS REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR DOGS ON A LEASH!