Coyote Meadows Coalition

The Coyote Meadows Coalition is comprised of groups and individuals focused on opening up and activating this area as parkland. Coyote Creek Trail runs along the western edge of the area and the Five Wounds Trail runs along the eastern edge. This portion of the Coyote Creek Trail is scheduled to be developed next year; development of this section of the Five Wounds Trail is indefinite. South of Story Road these trails connect to the Three Creeks Trail—providing the first east-west link for the Valley’s trails.

Our group seeks to open up the Meadows area (between Story Road and I-280) to active recreational uses as well as to improve the water quality of Coyote Creek and to reduce encampments by the homeless. Opening up and activating Coyote Meadows would provide access from Spartan Keyes, Kelly Park and Happy Hollow as well as Little Saigon along Story Road to the east and access from the Olinder Park and other neighborhoods to the north.

Our goal is to transform a former dump and former homeless encampment into an exciting urban distributed and networked park: Coyote Meadows. We ask you to join our coalition of neighbors, environmental, education, and trails groups.

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