Help protect this special area!

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The City of Sacramento plans to pave the dirt and gravel walking trail at the foot of the levee at Paradise Beach on the south bank of the American River between Sutter's Landing and H Street in Sacramento, California.  The Two Rivers Trail Phase II project would turn a dirt and gravel footpath into a paved bicycle throughway.  This project will pave over a heavily used walking path through a natural area beloved by residents of Sacramento and beyond; the last wild space on the south side of the river.

We support plans to expand safe bicycle access throughout Sacramento but this should not come at the expense of a special area that provides the rare opportunity in Sacramento to walk off-pavement, along a natural area, away from the rush of the city.  Especially when the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail already provides paved access to downtown on the north bank of the American River.  Pavement should not be the only option for getting outside in Sacramento.

Support Save Don’t Pave's ( efforts to protect this area by adding your name to the petition asking the City of Sacramento to halt the current project and to engage users of the current trail in developing a plan that protects this special area and reflects the needs of all who use and enjoy it.

We ask that the City of Sacramento stop the Two Rivers Trail Phase II paving project and actively engage the people who use and enjoy this special area in its current form so that the City’s plans reflect the fullest value and use of this area for all it has to offer Sacramento.