Coyote Point Eastern Promenade Rejuvenation Project
Bringing the living coast line back to Coyote Point Recreation Area.
Initial Construction Begins on Eastern Promenade Rejuvenation Project
On October 15th, construction work gets underway with the removal of 80 blue gum eucalyptus from the project area as indicated in the Tree Report included in the Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration Addendum.
Proceeding with grant funds from the California Natural Resources Agency, the reconstruction phase of this project will go out to bid for contractors in February 2020 and is expected to begin in Summer 2020.
The April Commission Meeting presentation has been deferred to the June 2nd Parks and Recreation Commission meeting to be held at 4pm at the Board of Supervisors' Chambers at 400 County Center, Redwood City. This is a great opportunity to review and comment upon the 100% construction plans. (Visit this page in May for more information.)
A Public Workshop was held to present conceptual plans for the Coyote Point Eastern Promenade. See the presentation slides presented at the meeting.
Until November 15th, complete a SurveyMonkey to share your opinions and ideas about the design and future uses of the Eastern Promenade.
The San Jose Mercury News has published an article about the project.
Consultant is now preparing technical reports and schematic design alternatives that will be presented at the October public workshop
The consultant has started work. Topographic and utility surveys, soils testing and other review of existing conditions are the initial tasks. The first Public Meeting will be held in October 2015.
The County released a Request for Proposals to locate a firm to complete the project. Proposals are now being reviewed. We anticipate hiring the consultant in June 2015.
Renovations to the western promenade are completed, with re-graded ramps, replacement of block matting, and the revetment leveled with ¼ ton class rock. The improvements increase bay access for a large variety of water enthusiasts. The improved pathway allows for foot and bicycle traffic to resume along this scenic segment of the park.