Contact: Elizabeth Collins, Co-Chair email@example.com or Julie Sabin, Co-Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
GRAND JUNCTION, CO – Show your support for and provide feedback on the Urban Trails Committee updated Grand Valley Trails Master Plan; a complete valley-wide network of sidewalks and bicycle lanes.
The Urban Trails Committee is excited to share their updated trails plan with the community and to get your feedback on what you, Mesa County residents want to see on the plan.
“This is an opportunity for the community to tell us if we’ve missed connections or how they’re using the trail system,” says Biz Collins, co-chair of the Urban Trails Committee.
When: Tuesday, June 4th, stop by anytime between the hours of 4 – 6:30 pm
Where: Mesa County Central Services Building, 200 South Spruce Street – “Elections” entrance
The open house is one of many actions to come out of the Walking and Bicycle Summit that the Urban Trails Committee held in March of this year.
The Urban Trails Committee was formed by the City of Grand Junction in 1996 as a sub-committee of the Colorado Riverfront Commission.
Online information: http://rtpo.mesacounty.us/
You can download a copy of the Grand Valley Trails Master Plan at the Mesa County RTPO Website.
Based in the Trails Capital of Colorado, the Grand Valley Trails Alliance works with user groups, communities and land managers to develop resources and collaborative frameworks which enhance and sustain our outstanding trails system.
Grand Valley Trails Alliance Contact:
Dave Grossman, Executive Director 970-462-7151