The Board meets on the first Tuesday of each month. Meetings are
open to the public. Contact the MVTA President by phone or email as shown above
for exact time and location.
Tiffany Van der Linden, President
Walker, Vice President
Sherri Bloomfield, Secretary
Cheryl Domnitch, Treasurer
Claudia Booth, Board Member
Scott Craig, Board Member
Scott Perry, Board Member
Chris Sihner, Board Member
Board members are elected to serve two-year terms. Elections
are held in November of even-numbered years to fill all Board of Directors
Formed in April 1995, the Meadow Vista Trails
Association (MVTA) is a membership-based organization dedicated to the
establishment, improvement, and maintenance of walking, biking, and equestrian
trails within Meadow Vista and the neighboring communities of Christian Valley,
Clipper Gap, Applegate, and Weimar.
For years, trails have been used throughout our community.
In 1974, Placer County adopted a community plan for Meadow Vista which
described the existence of these walking, biking and horse trails within the
area. The plan also urged the creation of an integrated trail system that would
allow people to travel within and between Meadow Vista, Christian Valley and
With population growth and development, public access to
many of these trails has been limited. In other instances trails which do
remain open for public use had become unusable due to the lack of maintenance,
soil erosion, and the growth of vegetation.
It is well known, however, that trails help to retain the
rural quality of our community, provide a safe means of travel, and improve
local land values.
In the fall of 1995, a new community plan for Meadow
Vista was adopted. With a renewed interest by many community residents to make
the trail system a reality, the MVTA was formed.