Private Roads - Subject to a Public Right of Way, Maintained by Public Tax Dollars and a Public Easement Used by Thousands of People to Safely Access Mount Diablo State Park

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CHP “COLLISION REPORTS PURGED PRIOR TO 2015”

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2005 DIABLO COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT “PRIVATE ROAD” SIGNS

DCSD PRIVATE ROAD signs, 2557 and Athenian School, Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd

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Diablo Public Access Lawsuit and Claim of Public Nuisance – June 1, 2021 Update

Contra Costa County Superior Court: Case MSC17-02529 Court Trial – Long Cause/6 Day(s) 09/10/2021 10:00 am, Dept. 07

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Diablo Residents Only

In 2014, signs were Posted on the Path/Easement by a Diablo Resident. When the Property Owner was notified, he removed them, called the person who installed them and told him never to install these signs on his property again!

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Local Sign – Please Help!

A Local Resident on Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd Installed this Sign (4’by6′) on March 1, 2020 (Sign Removed: February 2021)

25′ Hiking & Riding Easement

In 1979, a 25’ Riding and Hiking Easement was dedicated to the Department of Parks and Recreation of the State of California.

Connecting Alameda Diablo Road to Mount Diablo Scenic Boulevard, located on the southern edge of 2354 Alameda Diablo Road.

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FATALITY “DANGER ZONE” Mt. Diablo Scenic Blvd

According to the Bay Area News Group (8/30/19) “He might still be alive today if the California Department of Parks and Recreation hadn’t ignored a 1992 court order to maintain the road where Jones collided 27 years later with a the front of a 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche” (photo below).