Trails Projects

New Trail Signage

Thanks to a $75,000 donation from the Chino Hills Community Foundation, trail users in Chino Hills have new trail signage to guide them along various City Trails.trailheadpic

Project includes new Trailhead kiosk which highlights the trail’s name. A trails map, open space rules and regulations, and donor recognition will be added to the kiosk. Some trails will receive directional signage and mileage markers so hikers know which direction to take along the trail(s).

After a period of review and feedback from trail users, the Parks and Recreation will consider and prioritize additional phases of the trail signage project. The donation is expected to cover the cost of improvements to additional trails. The project aligns with the Foundation’s mission to promote and support the cultural, educational, and recreational needs in the City. Trail users are encouraged to download the City’s app or visit our Trails page for detailed information about all of the City’s 47 mile of trails.

Trail Enhancements:

Completed 

Installed all (14) Trailhead Kiosk including trail maps & open space rules

Trail Mile Markers Installed:  

  • La Sierra Trailhead
  • Community Park Trailhead 
  • McCoy Trailhead 
  • Madrugada Trailhead
  • Grand Avenue Park Trailhead 
  • Sunset Trailhead
  • Hickory Creek Trailhead (Hickory Creek)

In Progress

Secondary Access Point Signs (All City Trails) 

Trail Mile Markers Pending Install: 

  • Butterfield Trailhead
  • Overlook Trailhead
  • Torrey Pines Trailhead
  • Vila Borba Trailhead 
  • Hickory Creek Trailhead (Hollow Run Trail)
  • Ridgeview Trailhead 
  • Veterans Park Trailhead 
  • Fairfield Ranch Trailhead
  • Oakridge Trailhead
  • Vellano Trailhead