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Commuter Bike Path & Napa River Trail cleanup

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January 16, 2017
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10am - 12noon

Description

This year, the Napa County Bicycle Coalition has organized trash cleanup efforts along two of our most-used bike trails, the Commuter Bike Path and Napa River Trail. Volunteers will help pick up trash, and use the City of Napa app to report graffiti, broken pavement, and other issues.

Commuter Bike Path Group:

Meet @ 10am at the Vallejo Street at Soscol terminus of the Commuter Bike Path.

We will be cleaning both the trail, and the railroad right-of-way. A representative from the Wine Train will be on-site and provide a safety review for working along active rail lines.

For those who have the City of Napa app installed on their phones, we will provide directions for how to report issues such as graffiti or broken pavement.

Volunteers will walk as a group along the path, up to Solano Ave, then return (a total of 3.5 miles round-trip).

We’ll provide snacks for those who get a bit nibbly.

Napa River Trail Group:

Meet @ Northern end of trail (near Trancas & Old Soscol Way).

We will be cleaning the trail, but will not enter the river bank for safety reasons. Everyone will be required to wear an orange safety vest.

Volunteers will walk as a group along the path, down to Lincoln Ave, then return (a total of 2.5 miles round-trip).

We’ll provide snacks for those who get a bit nibbly.

Details

Tools Required Family Friendly Outdoors Adequate Parking Meals Provided

Additional Information

Q: Minors Require an Adult
A: Yes

Q: Details of Tools Required
A: Volunteers should wear closed-toed shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, work gloves, and a reuseable water bottle. Sections of the cleanup area may be muddy, so be prepared to get a bit dirty and/or wet.

Q: Plan for Bad Weather
A: Severe weather may cancel.

Q: Details of Provided Meals
A: snacks