The journey to Save Coyote Hills from development has been long, and has seemed to move slowly at times. We want to outline the current status of the process, and to let you know that we anticipate progress in the coming months. As you know, Fullerton voters overturned the development proposal in 2012. We heard from so many in the community that all 510 acres of West Coyote Hills should be saved as park. That has been and remains the mission of the Friends of Coyote Hills.
In June 2013, Chevron-Pacific Coast Homes, the City of Fullerton and the Friends began discussing the path forward to a resolution. This was highlighted by the Trust for Public Land (TPL) joining the process in October 2013. When TPL ultimately bowed out in July 2014, the City of Fullerton stepped into the buyer role. The City, Chevron-Pacific Coast Homes, and the Friends of Coyote Hills were (and are) committed to continuing the work on the resolution.