Trails Committee

The Riverside County Trails Committee was established in 1988 with the purpose of advising and making recommendations concerning the acquisition, maintenance and promotion of all multi-use trails in Riverside County.

The Trails Committee consists of 5 members who reside in Riverside County and are appointed by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to represent each district within the County. The Trails Committee reports directly to the Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District Advisory Commission.

The Trails Committee meets quarterly; meetings are set on the fourth Wednesday @ 1:30 pm. Locations may vary; please check the agenda for location details.

To apply for vacant Committee position, please contact the Board Supervisors in your respective District.

The Park District provides staff support to the Trails Committee and can be reached at (951) 955-4310.


To access archived agendas and minutes, please click here.

2019 Roster

Patricia Anderson

First District – Supervisor Jeffries

Ms. Anderson is an avid hiker and road cyclist. She is Vice President of the Corona Parks Foundation and is active on the City of Corona Trails Subcommittee which is preparing the city’s first Trails Master Plan. Trixie is also founder of the Protect Skyline Hiking Trails! Facebook group with membership nearing 1,200, as well as, an Assistant Organizer for the Lazy Ass Hiking group with membership of over 6,250 hikers. Ms. Anderson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from UC Riverside and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from CSU Fullerton.

Jerry Jolliffe

Second District – Supervisor Spiegel

Mr. Jolliffe recently retired from the Riverside County Planning Department and has 32 years of land use and trails planning experience. In conjunction with the County’s General Plan and land development proposals, he has worked closely with members of the public as well as public agencies across the County in planning equestrian, bicycle, and pedestrian trails. Originally from San Diego, Mr. Jolliffee holds a Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Arizona.

Robin Reid

Third District – Supervisor Washington

Ms. Reid has been a resident of Riverside County for over four decades.  Relocating from the Imperial Valley to the Palo Verde Valley, Robin grew up enjoying the outdoors with activities such as fishing, hunting, shooting, hiking and playing on the Colorado River.  Robin and her husband enjoy hiking and off-roading with their dogs in the mountains and valleys surrounding the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley.  As an outdoor enthusiast, Robin works to ensure that the County trails’ system supports the needs of all user groups.  Ms. Reid has been a legislative and policy advisor in both the California State Legislature and the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Social and Behavioral Science and attended California Southern Law School where she earned her Juris Doctor degree.


Fourth District – Supervisor Perez

Rick Croy

Fifth District – Supervisor Hewitt

Rick and his wife Kelly have lived in Southwest Riverside County for the past 20 years. As an avid Equestrian, Rick has seen the rapid growth of the area and has a passion for preserving all Trail types which improve the overall quality of life for all residents.

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