Arroyo Simi Path

For approximately 30 days, the north side of the Arroyo Simi Bike Path will be closed from Erringer Road and Madera Road. The closure is to allow the City’s contractor to install a temporary bypass sewer line. Detour signs have been installed to reroute users to the southern bike path. For questions or concerns, please contact City of Simi Valley Public Works Inspector John Soderberg, at (805) 583-6893 or

The Arroyo Simi Bike Path runs in an east-west direction through a large part of Simi Valley. There are multi-use paths located on both sides of the Arroyo Simi Flood Control Channel that begin just west of Stearns Street and extend all the way to Stargaze Place at the west end of Simi Valley. These multi-use paths may be used by walkers and joggers, and by bicycle, skateboard and horseback riders. Some portions of the path have been recently upgraded with improved entrances located at; Sequoia Avenue, Royal Avenue, Sycamore Drive, Erringer Road and Madera Road. Phase one included an upgraded of two miles of trail entries, interpretive exhibit signs and site amenities. Phase two included newly paved trail, installation of three new trail entries, installation of three primary and two secondary gateway monument signs, installation of three signalized crossings, and interpretive and directional signage at various points along the trail.

Runs east and west through the middle of Simi Valley from Madera Road to Ralston Ave. Click here for a map.

The Bike Path is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week except when closed due to heavy rain or flooding.

Simi Valley Master Plan

Arroyo Simi