Welcome To The Pacifica Land Trust

This is Pacifica

South from San Francisco along the coast, travelers are routinely stunned by breathtaking views and dramatic sunsets that sweep the coast from Highway One. From the northern ocean bluffs, south to Pedro Point, Pacifica encompasses not only 40,000 people but several unique micro-climates and ecosystems with rare and threatened plant and animal species including the Montara Mountain manzanita, the San Francisco garter snake, and the Mission Blue butterfly.

A coastal gem between San Francisco and Half Moon Bay

Restore the Pedro Point Headlands

Planning for Coastal Trail Connection at PPH Underway

The California Coastal Conservancy is studying routes for the California Coastal Trail to connect Pacifica to the Devil’s Slide Trail through the Pedro Point Headlands! The project is in the initial phase of design and a survey and community workshop have been completed to gather input on community needs, concerns and desires.   

An additional community meeting will be held by the Coastal Conservasncy to present and discuss preliminary design and alignment ideas on December 12, 2019 from 6PM-8PM at the Pacifica Community Center.


Upcoming Volunteer Events

Pedro Point Headlands

4th Sunday of each month

 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.


Our Projects

Since 1992 when the PLT formed, we’ve racked up a string of successful projects.




Each year the Pacifica Land creates a Newsletter describing what we’ve been up to and plans for the future. You can subscribe online and read past newsletters as well.

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