Jackson County will enter the Moderate Risk category COVID-19 on June 18. Visit the Governor's website for information on what is allowed during this time. Get general updates, vaccine information, and resources related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic here.

TMP History

A Trails Master Plan (TMP) Committee was formed in December 2003 at the suggestion of the Ashland Woodlands and Trails Association (AWTA) and with the recognition of Ashland City Council. AWTA had pointed out that a TMP was the missing component in the City's Open Space Plan, adopted by Council in 2002, and the Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission agreed.

Through the coordinated efforts of APRC staff and seven voting members over a three-year period, a TMP document was created and approved by the Commission, then adopted by Council. At the time of its approval and adoption in 2006, a ten-year review was recommended.

In January 2017, a Trails Master Plan Update Committee was formed with the help of APRC staff. The Committee is comprised of seven voting members: two Parks Commissioners, two AWTA members and three members-at-large.

Public TMP Update Committee meetings are scheduled throughout 2017 and 2018. Meeting agendas and minutes are noticed on the City of Ashland website, including this page.

Agendas & Minutes 

Documents to View
Back to TMP
Visit AshlandParksandRec.org or call 541.488.5340 for more information on APRC.

Online City Services

Customer Central Online Payment Center
Connect to
Ashland Fiber Network
Request Conservation
Proposals, Bids
& Notifications
Request Building
Building Permit
Apply for Other
Permits & Licenses
Register for
Recreation Programs

©2021 City of Ashland, OR | Site Handcrafted in Ashland, Oregon by Project A




twitter facebook Email Share
back to top