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SECTION 33100-33105.6



33100.  Unless the context requires otherwise, the definitions set
forth in this chapter shall govern the interpretation of this
division.


33101.  "Coastal zone" means that area described in Section 30103.



33102.  "Conservancy" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.



33103.  "Fund" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Fund.



33104.  "Plan" means the plan approved by the Secretary of the
Interior pursuant to Section 507(n) of the National Parks and
Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 460kk(n)).



33105.  "Zone" means the Santa Monica Mountains Zone, which includes
that part of the land area of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan
region, landward of the Pacific Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1)
bounded by Calleguas Creek, thence following Calleguas Creek
northward to its intersection with the corporate boundary of
Camarillo, thence following the southern boundary of the City of
Camarillo eastward until it intersects the Ventura Freeway (State
Highway Route 101), thence following the Ventura Freeway eastward to
a point of intersection with the western boundary of the Malibu Creek
Watershed. The northern boundary continues thence along the boundary
of the Watershed to its intersection again with the Ventura Freeway
on the east; thence eastward along this freeway to its intersection
with the corporate boundary of the City of Los Angeles, thence
continuing on a line drawn one-quarter of a mile south of the Ventura
Freeway to its intersection with Ventura Boulevard and continuing on
a line one-quarter mile south from Ventura Boulevard eastward to its
intersection with Sepulveda Boulevard; thence continuing eastward
along Valley Vista Boulevard to its intersection with Dixie Canyon
Avenue and from this point continuing eastward on a line one-quarter
mile south of Ventura Boulevard to its intersection with a linear
projection of Lankershim Boulevard and thence northeasterly on this
projection and continuing on Lankershim Boulevard to its intersection
with Cahuenga Boulevard, thence east along Cahuenga Boulevard to its
intersection with a linear projection of Barham Boulevard, and hence
northeasterly along such projection and continuing upon Barham
Boulevard to its intersection with the Los Angeles River, and
eastward along the south bank of the Los Angeles River to its
intersection with the boundary of Griffith Park, including Griffith
Park, and thence following a direct line drawn southwest from the
southernmost boundary point of Griffith Park to the intersection of
Sunset Boulevard with the corporate boundary of the City of Los
Angeles near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Marmount Lane,
thence continuing westward following the Los Angeles corporate
boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills, thence following the northern boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence following Sunset
Boulevard westward to its point of intersection with the Pacific
Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1).
   The zone shall also include Elysian Park and El Pueblo de Los
Angeles State Historic Park and, for purposes of providing a
recreational trail corridor, it shall also include hiking and
equestrian trail connections and accessways between Griffith Park,
Elysian Park, and El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Park.



33105.5.  (a) For purposes of providing a recreational trail
corridor, the zone shall also include hiking and equestrian trail
connections and accessways generally following the Rim of the Valley
Trail as identified in the Equestrian and Hiking Trails Guide of the
City of Los Angeles.
   (b) The executive director of the conservancy shall file with the
Secretary of State a map specifically delineating a feasible
recreational trail corridor as identified in subdivision (a) by July
1, 1984.
   (c) The executive director of the conservancy shall submit the map
prepared pursuant to subdivision (b) to the Assembly Committee on
Water, Parks, and Wildlife and to the Senate Committee on Natural
Resources at least 30 days prior to taking any action for the
purposes of this section pursuant to Section 33203.




33105.6.  The recreational trail corridor for the Rim of the Valley
Trail shall include the Santa Clarita Woodlands portion of the Santa
Susana Mountains. The executive director of the conservancy shall
file a map with the Secretary of State by March 1, 1990, showing the
revised trail corridor boundary including the Santa Clarita
Woodlands. The boundaries of the addition to the trail corridor shall
substantially conform to the boundaries of the Santa Clarita
Woodlands depicted in the map included in the Preliminary Study of
Possible Parkland Acquisition in the Santa Susana Mountains (March 1,
1989) by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Nothing in this
section shall be interpreted to inhibit the development of facilities
necessary for the protection of public health and safety.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 33100-33105.6

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 33100-33105.6



33100.  Unless the context requires otherwise, the definitions set
forth in this chapter shall govern the interpretation of this
division.


33101.  "Coastal zone" means that area described in Section 30103.



33102.  "Conservancy" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.



33103.  "Fund" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Fund.



33104.  "Plan" means the plan approved by the Secretary of the
Interior pursuant to Section 507(n) of the National Parks and
Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 460kk(n)).



33105.  "Zone" means the Santa Monica Mountains Zone, which includes
that part of the land area of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan
region, landward of the Pacific Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1)
bounded by Calleguas Creek, thence following Calleguas Creek
northward to its intersection with the corporate boundary of
Camarillo, thence following the southern boundary of the City of
Camarillo eastward until it intersects the Ventura Freeway (State
Highway Route 101), thence following the Ventura Freeway eastward to
a point of intersection with the western boundary of the Malibu Creek
Watershed. The northern boundary continues thence along the boundary
of the Watershed to its intersection again with the Ventura Freeway
on the east; thence eastward along this freeway to its intersection
with the corporate boundary of the City of Los Angeles, thence
continuing on a line drawn one-quarter of a mile south of the Ventura
Freeway to its intersection with Ventura Boulevard and continuing on
a line one-quarter mile south from Ventura Boulevard eastward to its
intersection with Sepulveda Boulevard; thence continuing eastward
along Valley Vista Boulevard to its intersection with Dixie Canyon
Avenue and from this point continuing eastward on a line one-quarter
mile south of Ventura Boulevard to its intersection with a linear
projection of Lankershim Boulevard and thence northeasterly on this
projection and continuing on Lankershim Boulevard to its intersection
with Cahuenga Boulevard, thence east along Cahuenga Boulevard to its
intersection with a linear projection of Barham Boulevard, and hence
northeasterly along such projection and continuing upon Barham
Boulevard to its intersection with the Los Angeles River, and
eastward along the south bank of the Los Angeles River to its
intersection with the boundary of Griffith Park, including Griffith
Park, and thence following a direct line drawn southwest from the
southernmost boundary point of Griffith Park to the intersection of
Sunset Boulevard with the corporate boundary of the City of Los
Angeles near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Marmount Lane,
thence continuing westward following the Los Angeles corporate
boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills, thence following the northern boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence following Sunset
Boulevard westward to its point of intersection with the Pacific
Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1).
   The zone shall also include Elysian Park and El Pueblo de Los
Angeles State Historic Park and, for purposes of providing a
recreational trail corridor, it shall also include hiking and
equestrian trail connections and accessways between Griffith Park,
Elysian Park, and El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Park.



33105.5.  (a) For purposes of providing a recreational trail
corridor, the zone shall also include hiking and equestrian trail
connections and accessways generally following the Rim of the Valley
Trail as identified in the Equestrian and Hiking Trails Guide of the
City of Los Angeles.
   (b) The executive director of the conservancy shall file with the
Secretary of State a map specifically delineating a feasible
recreational trail corridor as identified in subdivision (a) by July
1, 1984.
   (c) The executive director of the conservancy shall submit the map
prepared pursuant to subdivision (b) to the Assembly Committee on
Water, Parks, and Wildlife and to the Senate Committee on Natural
Resources at least 30 days prior to taking any action for the
purposes of this section pursuant to Section 33203.




33105.6.  The recreational trail corridor for the Rim of the Valley
Trail shall include the Santa Clarita Woodlands portion of the Santa
Susana Mountains. The executive director of the conservancy shall
file a map with the Secretary of State by March 1, 1990, showing the
revised trail corridor boundary including the Santa Clarita
Woodlands. The boundaries of the addition to the trail corridor shall
substantially conform to the boundaries of the Santa Clarita
Woodlands depicted in the map included in the Preliminary Study of
Possible Parkland Acquisition in the Santa Susana Mountains (March 1,
1989) by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Nothing in this
section shall be interpreted to inhibit the development of facilities
necessary for the protection of public health and safety.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 33100-33105.6

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 33100-33105.6



33100.  Unless the context requires otherwise, the definitions set
forth in this chapter shall govern the interpretation of this
division.


33101.  "Coastal zone" means that area described in Section 30103.



33102.  "Conservancy" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy.



33103.  "Fund" means the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Fund.



33104.  "Plan" means the plan approved by the Secretary of the
Interior pursuant to Section 507(n) of the National Parks and
Recreation Act of 1978 (16 U.S.C. 460kk(n)).



33105.  "Zone" means the Santa Monica Mountains Zone, which includes
that part of the land area of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan
region, landward of the Pacific Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1)
bounded by Calleguas Creek, thence following Calleguas Creek
northward to its intersection with the corporate boundary of
Camarillo, thence following the southern boundary of the City of
Camarillo eastward until it intersects the Ventura Freeway (State
Highway Route 101), thence following the Ventura Freeway eastward to
a point of intersection with the western boundary of the Malibu Creek
Watershed. The northern boundary continues thence along the boundary
of the Watershed to its intersection again with the Ventura Freeway
on the east; thence eastward along this freeway to its intersection
with the corporate boundary of the City of Los Angeles, thence
continuing on a line drawn one-quarter of a mile south of the Ventura
Freeway to its intersection with Ventura Boulevard and continuing on
a line one-quarter mile south from Ventura Boulevard eastward to its
intersection with Sepulveda Boulevard; thence continuing eastward
along Valley Vista Boulevard to its intersection with Dixie Canyon
Avenue and from this point continuing eastward on a line one-quarter
mile south of Ventura Boulevard to its intersection with a linear
projection of Lankershim Boulevard and thence northeasterly on this
projection and continuing on Lankershim Boulevard to its intersection
with Cahuenga Boulevard, thence east along Cahuenga Boulevard to its
intersection with a linear projection of Barham Boulevard, and hence
northeasterly along such projection and continuing upon Barham
Boulevard to its intersection with the Los Angeles River, and
eastward along the south bank of the Los Angeles River to its
intersection with the boundary of Griffith Park, including Griffith
Park, and thence following a direct line drawn southwest from the
southernmost boundary point of Griffith Park to the intersection of
Sunset Boulevard with the corporate boundary of the City of Los
Angeles near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Marmount Lane,
thence continuing westward following the Los Angeles corporate
boundary to its intersection with the boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills, thence following the northern boundary of the City of Beverly
Hills until it returns to Sunset Boulevard, thence following Sunset
Boulevard westward to its point of intersection with the Pacific
Coast Highway (State Highway Route 1).
   The zone shall also include Elysian Park and El Pueblo de Los
Angeles State Historic Park and, for purposes of providing a
recreational trail corridor, it shall also include hiking and
equestrian trail connections and accessways between Griffith Park,
Elysian Park, and El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Park.



33105.5.  (a) For purposes of providing a recreational trail
corridor, the zone shall also include hiking and equestrian trail
connections and accessways generally following the Rim of the Valley
Trail as identified in the Equestrian and Hiking Trails Guide of the
City of Los Angeles.
   (b) The executive director of the conservancy shall file with the
Secretary of State a map specifically delineating a feasible
recreational trail corridor as identified in subdivision (a) by July
1, 1984.
   (c) The executive director of the conservancy shall submit the map
prepared pursuant to subdivision (b) to the Assembly Committee on
Water, Parks, and Wildlife and to the Senate Committee on Natural
Resources at least 30 days prior to taking any action for the
purposes of this section pursuant to Section 33203.




33105.6.  The recreational trail corridor for the Rim of the Valley
Trail shall include the Santa Clarita Woodlands portion of the Santa
Susana Mountains. The executive director of the conservancy shall
file a map with the Secretary of State by March 1, 1990, showing the
revised trail corridor boundary including the Santa Clarita
Woodlands. The boundaries of the addition to the trail corridor shall
substantially conform to the boundaries of the Santa Clarita
Woodlands depicted in the map included in the Preliminary Study of
Possible Parkland Acquisition in the Santa Susana Mountains (March 1,
1989) by the Department of Parks and Recreation. Nothing in this
section shall be interpreted to inhibit the development of facilities
necessary for the protection of public health and safety.


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