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Topanga Canyon Boulevard (SR-27) Partners



 Caltrans and Residents Partner Up to Preserve and Protect Topanga Canyon (PDF)

Topanga Canyon Vegetation Management Implementation Plan (PDF)

Topanga Canyon Partners Vegetation Brochure (PDF) New



The map links show the location of existing vegetation 10 feet from edge of roadway along State Route 27 (Topanga Canyon Boulevard) from post mile 0.0 to 10.8 (Pacific Coast Highway to the Top O’ Topanga mobile home park).   The maps include features such as: native and invasive plant species, guardrails, bridges, paved areas, environmentally sensitive areas, high pedestrian traffic areas, wildlife corridors, culverts, roadside slope and gradients, and natural seeps or springs. Post miles and GPS coordinates are used to reference data along with property parcel numbers.

These maps are living documents and may be updated as conditions and needs change along TCB or as more information is obtained.  The pdf maps show a snapshot of conditions in February 2013.  The Google Earth maps are more recent and updated as general conditions change.

Maps were created by Caltrans environmental planners.  Information was developed  with on-the-ground reconnaissance and data from Caltrans, the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains, the North Topanga Canyon Fire Safe Council, the Topanga Coalition for Emergency Preparedness, the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, the Topanga Association for a Scenic Community, and the Los Angeles County Supervisors Office District 3.

SR-27 Maps (PDF)

SR-27 Maps, Second Set (PDF)

SR-27 Postmile Map

SR-27 Existing Vegetation Map

SR-27 Parcels Map



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