SAN DIEGO RIVER TRAIL
Ocean Beach Bike Path Dedication
District 6 Councilwoman Donna Frye, center, and District 2 Councilman Kevin Faulconer, dedicate the extension of the hiking/biking trail that will link Ocean Beach, Mission Bay and Mission Valley on June 26, 2009.
Invasive Non Native Plant Control & Habitat Improvement Project
14 acre Invasives Control Project / Ward Road Partners: California Department of Fish and Game & San Diego River Conservancy
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill No. 1428
Governor Arnold Schwarzeneggar signed Senate Bill No. 1428 on September 27,2008. Senator Christine Kehoe was the author of this legislation, which would extend the life of the San Diego River Conservancy until January 1, 2020.
SAN DIEGO RIVER CONSERVANCY, SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY AND SAN DIEGO RIVER PARK FOUNDATION SIGN PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
Photo by Ruth Hayward. Senator Christine Kehoe joins leaders of San Diego State University, San Diego River Conservancy and San Diego River Park Foundation to sign a partnership agreement.
Photo by Ruth Hayward. Matt Rahn, Director of Field Station Programs, SDSU presents RiverNet project.
Photo by Ruth Hayward. Councilmember Donna Frye, Mayor Jerry Sanders, President Stephen Weber, Mike Nelson and Rob Hutsel participate is Signing Ceremony.
Ocean Beach Bike Path
Ground Breaking Ceremony
Courtesy photo. District 2 Councilman Kevin Faulconer, right, and District 6 Councilwoman Donna Frye, center, join a press conference Jan. 17 to announce the extension of the hiking/biking trail that will link Ocean Beach, Mission Bay and Mission Valley.
Photo by Paul Hansen. City officials are beginning work on a $2.5 million hiking/biking trail – a project to be completed by early summer. The trail will link Dog Beach in Ocean Beach to Mission Valley. Above, the OB bike trail is seen just north of Interstate 8 and west of I-5 looking west near the end of the existing bike trail.