Hearst Ranch Conservation Easement and Coastal Trail Plan

RRM Design Group was the lead planner, trail consultant, and mapping specialist for the 82,000 acre Hearst Ranch conservation effort. RRM worked closely with biological and agricultural interests to explore multiple alignments for the California Coastal Trail trailheads and vertical access points. Our team coordinated with Coastal Conservancy staff and the American Land Conservancy to negotiate and plan for the management of resources. RRM’s master design consultation, GIS mapping, technical team coordination, trail planning, public information presentation, and entitlement advising and processing were instrumental in understanding the sensitivities and natural processes on the Hearst Ranch.

All Projects

 

  • Angels Creek Master Plan and Trail Plan
  • Arana Gulch Master Plan Implementation
  • Arroyo Grande Creek Master Plan
  • Arroyo Grande Creek Promenade
  • Arroyo Simi Greenway Visioning Study Project
  • Arroyo Simi Greenway Master Plan
  • Arroyo Simi Recreational Trail Feasibility Study
  • Atascadero Bicycle Transportation Plan
  • Avila to Harford Pier Path Preliminary Design Analysis
  • Ballona Creek and Trail Focused Special Study
  • Bandini Canyon Trail Construction Documents
  • Beach Cities Multi-Purpose Trail Feasibility Study
  • Belmont Bikeway
  • Belmont Bikeway and Pedestrian Bridge
  • Bob Jones City-to-Sea Trail (& Railroad Safety Trail Update)
  • San Luis Obispo Railroad Trail Phase III
  • Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Transportation Plan
  • Morro Dunes Trails at The Cloisters
  • Conejo Creek Park Bike Path
  • Doolin Creek Concept Plan
  • Downtown Moorpark Bike Trail Network Study
  • Edna-Islay Bicycle Trail System
  • Escalon Bicycle Transportation Plan
  • Escalon High School Pedestrian and Bicycle Linkage
  • Santa Maria River Levee Trail
  • Hetch Hetchy Recreational Trail
  • Jennifer Street Pedestrian Bicycle Bridge
  • Knickerbocker Drainage Channel Trail - Big Bear Lake
  • Lathrop Bicycle Transportation Plan
  • Lewis Eaton Trail Enhancements
  • Mid Valley Bike Path
  • Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network Master Plan
  • Moorpark College Bike Trail Feasibility Study

 

  • Moorpark Rail Trail Study
  • Morro Bay Harborwalk
  • Morro Bay Waterfront Revitalization Project
  • Morro Street Bicycle Boulevard Plan
  • Oxnard Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan
  • Piru-Camulos Rail and Recreational Trail
  • Point Arena Community Park and Trail System
  • Port of Long Beach (POLB) Coastal Trail
  • Port of Long Beach (POLB) Recreational Path
  • Potrero Canyon Coastal Access and Interpretive Trail
  • Prince Memorial Greenway
  • Rancho Grande Trails and Circulation Master Plan
  • Reedley Rail Trail
  • Richmond Greenway
  • San Buenaventura State Beach Facilities
  • San Luis Rey River Trail Study
  • Santa Ana River Bike Trail
  • Santa Barbara Bike Signage
  • Santa Barbara Pedestrian Master Plan
  • Santa Clarita Regional Commuter Trail
  • Santa Clarita Pedestrian/Bike Bridge Evaluation Study
  • Santa Fe Bike Trail Connection
  • Santa Monica Bike Path
  • Santa Paula Branch Line Recreation Trail
  • Shoreline Drive Bike Connection
  • San Luis Obispo Railroad Trail Phase I & III
  • Surfer's Point Managed Shoreline Retreat
  • Tracy Bikeways Master Plan
  • Tuolumne River Recreational Trail
  • Twin Lakes Beachfront Improvements
  • Venice Beach Oceanfront Walk and Bike Path
  • Visalia Waterways and Bike Trails Master Plan
  • Whittier Greenway Trail
  • Wolf Creek Parkway
  • Yorba Linda Trails Plan Update
 
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RRM Design Group - As professional problem solvers and designers, we are interested in the world around us, the people who live in it, and the places that inspire them. We are driven by a desire to help our clients achieve their dreams. That is why we are in business. RRM Design Group is an award-winning design firm of architects, civil engineers, landscape architects, planners, surveyors, and LEED® accredited professionals. Our work includes architectural rendering, mixed use development, community planning and development, and urban design and planning, among numerous other project types. Since 1974, RRM has been inspired by the power of Creating Environments People Enjoy®.