About The Friends of Stevens Creek Trail

The Friends of Stevens Creek Trail is a local community group whose goal is to raise community awareness and support for the completion of a trail in the Stevens Creek Corridor. Founded in December of 1992 to support on-going local government efforts, the Friends was incorporated as a 501(c)3 public benefit non-profit corporation in March of 1993. This grassroots community action group is endorsed by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors and by the Cities of Cupertino, Mountain View, and Los Altos.

The Board of Directors of the Friends of Stevens Creek Trail is made up of volunteer community members from the communities that the creek runs through on its way to the bay. Meet the Board

The Friends Volunteer Action Team runs community outreach and education programs, organizes trail cleanups and litter removal days, and raises funds for enhancements of the trail, as well as hosting the annual Trailblazer Race.
Take a look at the list of great folks who have been past recipients of our Volunteer Of The Year award.


You Can Help!

To be part of the Trail Action Team or for more information contact:

Email the Executive Director, Rajiv Mathur
or write to
Friends of Stevens Creek Trail
McClellan Ranch Park
22221 McClellan Road
Cupertino, CA 95014
(408) 255-5780
(650) 903-6067
Tax ID # 77-0334262

Volunteers are also needed now to help plan the annual Trailblazer 10K race, held at Shoreline Park in Mountain View.