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OHV Proposal Public Notice
Trinity County DOT in partnership with the Watershed Center completed a survey of Maintenance Level 3 US Forest Service roads within the Shasta Trinity National Forest. Maps of these roads have been prepared and will be presented at three public workshops.
Should a recommendation be made to downgrade these roads to Maintenance Level 2 roads so they are eligible for OHV use? Please consider attending one of these meetings to view the maps and provide input.
For further information, please contact Tom Evans, 530-628-4206, or email tom[at]thewatershedcenter.com