On Februrary 6th 2020, the City of Calabasas Planning Commission will hear public testimony on the fate of the Juan Bautista de Anza’s Historic Trail for future use by equestrians.
Personal comments need to REFERENCE: New Home Company Development, WEST VILLAGE AT CALABASAS, File # 160003152; include your thoughts about why we need a Trail Head Parking Facility including a complete bathroom facility, potable water, and sufficient parking for not only hikers and cyclists, but buses for school children and equestrian large horse trailer rigs with multiple horses onboard.
The Anza trailhead is now being buried behind the Rondell Oasis Hotel which is currently under construction. The LAST area available for a proper TRAILHEAD within the City of Calabasas is the land now owned by a corporation under the name –NEW HOME, a development company. The vacant land has story poles on the south side of the Mobil Gas Station on Las Virgenes Road, at the intersection with Agoura Road.