Monday, January 25, 2016

Area Centennial Trail Priorities Set for 2016

The Friends of the Centennial Trail Board each January sets priorirites for the year for the trail. Here are the priorities they recently determined for 2016:
  • Finalize a gap completion plan for Argonne Road.
  • Find a solution for the Trail gap from Boone to Pettet Drive that provides Class 1 roadway separation.
  • Invest in way finding signs, markers and mile posts when it is expedient to do so.
  • Support Spokane City Parks plan to renovate the Don Kardong Bridge.
  • Encourage Trail use counting technology in the Spokane Valley and Riverside State Park.
  • Advocate for all recreational trails in the region.
  • Support completion of six major Trail maintenance projects in 2016.

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