Who manages trails in Clear Creek County?

While many trails in Clear Creek County are maintained by the Clear Creek County Trails Crew and supplemental volunteers, these trails have a variety of property owners and land managers, some public some private. Federal, City and State agencies such as the USFS (US Forest Service), Town of Georgetown, City of Idaho Springs, Colorado State Land Board and the Clear Creek County Open Space Commission, along with nongovernmental organizations such as the HDPLC (Historic District Public Lands Commission), MALT (Mountain Area Land Trust), etc. are ultimately responsible for decisions regarding overall trail management for their trails. 

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1. Who manages trails in Clear Creek County?
2. How can I report a trail concern?
3. Where can I find trails in Clear Creek County?
4. What is a "multi-use" trail?
5. Where can I drive my vehicle on trails?
6. Can I ride my one-wheel or e-bike on trails?
7. How much land in Clear Creek County is Forest Service or public land?
8. Are dogs allowed on trails?
9. What time can I recreate on trails?
10. Where do I park for trails?
11. Is alcohol allowed on trails?
12. Where can I find updates on trails?
13. How can I help Clear Creek County Trails?