The City of Eureka is hosting another online workshop to gather additional input about the future of our waterfront.
Jun 9, 2022 06:00 PM on zoom
Register at this link.Continue reading Waterfront Eureka Plan Workshop
This trail would connect the Waterfront Trail at Tydd Street to the North to Sequoia Park in the South. The trail is currently in the planning phase and the City would like to invite you to learn more about the project.
To be a part of the community meeting, please join this Zoom link on January 21st at 6 p.m.
Learn the history and value of our beautiful waterfront and bay. You’ll walk at a leisurely pace, enjoying the view and sharing with others.
Bring walking shoes.
Join us for Pints for Non-Profits at Redwood Curtain Brewing Myrtletown to benefit the Humboldt Bay Trail!
From Noon to 12 AM on April 17 at 1595 Myrtle Avenue in Eureka.
A portion of proceeds from each pint sold will be donated to the Humboldt Bay Trail Fund to assist with ongoing maintenance needs.Continue reading Waterfront Trail Pints for Non-Profits
Staff will guide a tour along the waterfront, stopping at several locations along the way to discuss the history and culture of the surrounding waterfront area, as well as touch on the development of the trail system.
This event is open to all ages and is perfect to take the whole family too!
There will be a special Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Waterfront Trail Tuesday, Feb 6 at 12:30 PM
It will take place behind the Blue Ox Mill (1 X Street, Eureka).
This is in addition to the Celebration of the opening of the trail taking place on February 10 at the Wharfinger building. To find out more about that event, follow this link.
Yep, that’s the case. (In case you didn’t know, it’s 6.3 miles from one end to the other.)
So, since it’s done (short of adding some amenities), let’s celebrate!
This fun, informative guided tour begins at 11:30AM and meets at the foot of Truesdale (behind Shamus T-Bones BBQ). Dress for walking and for weather. Continue reading Interpretive Tour on Hikshari’ and Waterfront Trail on #GOPD2017