Lodi project would protect nature area, offer new trails
- Mokelumne River Overlook Trails Project at a glance
What is the project?
The city of Lodi is designing a project to create two new trails
in the Lodi Lake Nature Area. The trails will provide two viewing
areas for the Mokelumne River on the north and south side of Pigs
The footpaths will also be elevated to provide a barrier when
there is flooding in Pigs Lake or if the 15-inch riverbank between
the lake and river collapses.
How can I find out more?
The city has set up a website at www.lodilakenaturearea.com.
How can I voice my opinion?
People can leave comments on the website or call city spokesman
Jeff Hood at 333-6801. All comments must be made by Sept. 30. The
city will use the feedback to apply for state construction
Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2011 12:00 am
City of Lodi staff is working on a plan to provide two new
walking trails with Mokelumne River viewing areas for visitors
strolling through the Lodi Lake Nature Area.
The new footpaths will also be elevated a couple of feet to
provide a barrier if the 15-foot riverbank between the river and
the lake completely erodes and water starts flooding into the
Thursday, September 22, 2011 12:00 am.