Saranac River Trail and Greenway: Moving Forward with New Detail Documents

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New documents with lots of maps and details! Exciting things are happening in the world of Saranac River Trail. Details about Phase 2 of Saranac River Trail and Blue Trails extension of Saranac River Trail Greenway. Even more exciting, funding for Phase 3 of Saranac River Trail has been approved (see separate article), so we'll have even more Saranac River Trail!

Final Design Report for Phase 2 of Saranac River Trail

Connect Plattsburgh City Hall/ MacDonough Park, NYSEG Site and Stafford Middle School to the existing Saranac River Trail (SRT) and surrounding trail systems via new multi-use paths and improving on-street pedestrian and bicycle accommodations as outlined by the City of Plattsburgh in their August 15, 2013 Transportation Enhancement Program (TEP) application.

Download Document Here

Saranac River Trail Greenway -- Blue Trails Extension: Conditions Report

The trail will extend from the current westward terminus at George Angell Drive in the City of Plattsburgh to a point approximately 2.15 miles to the west at Reeves Lane in the Town of Plattsburgh. This section of the trail is ready for advancement since it will be constructed on public sector property, extending through the Plattsburgh City School District High School property, the SUNY Plattsburgh Field House and sports complex and westward across City of Plattsburgh property to Reeves Lane. With the views of the river and especially the imperial dam, there is a desire to keep the trail near river.

Clinton County (County) has received Regional Waterfront Program Key Project funds to design the next segment of the Saranac River Trail Greenway in the City and Town of Plattsburgh.This project is supported by funding from the Environmental Protection Fund through the New York State Department of State (DOS) Local Waterfront Revitalization Program.