Connecting Places & People
Trails contribute to the vitality of our community.
Trails to Health – Trails expand opportunities for activities that contribute to physical and mental well-being.
Trails to Community – Trails connect neighborhoods and provide more direct routes to parks, schools, commercial areas, and other activity centers.
Trails to Nature – Trails pass through forests and meadows and along beaches. Neighborhood streets connect established nature trails.
Trails to Safety – Trails are located away from busy roads and connect local streets, allowing pedestrians to avoid car and truck traffic.
Trails to Prosperity – Trails increase home values and provide recreational opportunities that attract tourists.
These benefits result from the collaboration of neighbors. Private and public property owners provide access to small portions of their lands. Volunteers build and maintain the trails. Together, we create a valuable community asset at very little expense.