The 2017 Oregon Legislature directed the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) to develop an action plan to address gaps along the Oregon Coast Trail (HB 3149 legislation). The trail runs through seven coastal counties from the Columbia River to the California border and traverses public and private lands. Completion of the trail will involve three phases of work: (1) needs assessment, stakeholder identification and organization (2) convening stakeholders, individual gap identification, prioritization of segments, and (3) completion of an action plan and implementation. Oregon Solutions is coordinating closely with OPRD, ODOT, Oregon Coast Visitors Association and the Association of Oregon Counties/County Solutions. A phase one assessment was completed earlier this year.