The Tracks at Brea trail project consists of a four mile long multi-use trail and linear park that traverses the City from east to west. The trail features a two-way paved bikeway and a separate pedestrian footpath providing an opportunity to make easy connections across town. It is an attractive option for public access to the Brea Senior Center and the Brea Boys and Girls Club, as well as six schools, Downtown, Brea Mall, the Brea Community Center, city parks, shopping and numerous employers. Comprising about 50 total acres of linear open space, The Tracks also offers new community green space within an urban corridor.
To take the Tracks at Brea Western Extension Project survey. Click here to take the survey.
Join the online workshop on Wednesday, June 1 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. to discuss the Tracks at Brea, learn about the Western Extension Project, its purpose, and schedule, also provide the City feedback or ask the Project Team questions. Click here for the meeting link.
A number of supportive organizations and a series of state and federal grants have funded the majority of the project.
This trail map shows the completed route.
The Tracks at Brea is part of the OC Loop, a 66 mile connection of trails around Orange County.
As future updates become available, they will be posted on this website and circulated through the Brea Line newsletter and other City outlets. Updates are also reflected in Trail News. You may direct your questions and suggestions to TheTracks@cityofbrea.net.