Please join us for our July meeting to discuss issues of common concern, get the latest news from our partners and learn how to use nature based solutions to conserve water and prevent water pollution. Don Allan will give a presentation about the proposed project to construct the Little River Trail.
All are welcome at the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council meeting Monday July 18 at 6:30 pm in the Civic Club Room at City Hall.
Meeting topics will include:
Trinidad Bay Watershed Project Updates
- Assistance Program for septic system repair and replacement – Clean Beaches Initiative Water Quality Restoration Program
- Climate Change Planning for the General Plan Update
- Citywide Green Infrastructure Project to address drought, bluff stability and stormwater issues, funded by the Ocean Protection Council
News from Trinidad Bay Watershed Partners
Watershed Council Activities
Come by and visit the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council table and kids’ activities while you’re in town at the Trinidad Fish Festival. We’ll have the information you need about water conservation, preventing water pollution and all about the Trinidad ASBS and watersheds.
Take a free tour of the lighthouse. It’s a working lighthouse and it’s only open to the public once a year. You can hike up Trinidad Head. Round trips start at 11:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM.
Discover Trinidad has this to say about the Trinidad Fish Festival: “More than just great fish meals; this fun festival attracts artists and craftsmen from all over, who fill their booths with treasures. Bring the whole family and enjoy the beautiful views of Trinidad Bay. Enjoy our spectacular kids zone which will include surf & skate activities and face painting.”
The Trinidad Bay Watershed Council and the City of Trinidad invite the public, agencies and other stakeholders to a presentation and discussion of the draft document Climate Change Vulnerability Report and Adaptation Response during our upcoming Trinidad Bay Watershed Council meeting on Tuesday, April 26 at 6:30 pm at the Civic Club Room at City Hall.
The report presents potential effects that could result from climate change, determines areas that could be at risk, and identifies preliminary adaptation strategies the City could adopt to mitigate the potential climate impacts. The Climate Change Vulnerability Report and Adaptation Response is being developed as part of the City’s Local Coastal Program Update Project, funded in part by the Coastal Commission. During this project, climate change considerations and adaption responses will be incorporated into the General Plan / Coastal Land Use Plan as appropriate.
The full report including appendices can be found at the Resources page.