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Public Notice Manager

SPL-2020-001-JN Pellisier Village Trailhead Project

Operations Division
Published Feb. 14, 2020

The Los Angeles District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is preparing an Environmental
Assessment (EA) on behalf of the County of Los Angeles, Department of Parks and Recreation
(Proponent). The Proponent would develop the Pellisier Village Trailhead on Corps land at the San
Gabriel River Trail and Pellisier Road, located at the end of the cul-de-sac in unincorporated Los Angeles
County, California. The project would develop a formal access point for the equestrian community and
residents of Pellissier Village and Avocado Heights to the existing San Gabriel River Eastern Bank Trail.
The project would provide basic trailhead amenities to include two lunging/exercise rings, horse hitching
rails, a horse drinker, seating, a 100-foot concrete walkway, a vehicular accessway and improved
driveway apron, and limited planting of Corps-approved drought tolerant native vegetation and irrigation.
The Corps is requesting comments pertaining to the proposed project from Federal, state, local
agencies, and the public in general that would lead to the determination by decision makers on the
preparation of a Finding of No Significant Impact or whether an Environmental Impact Statement
would be required.