One of the most anticipated links of the city’s trail system is now under construction and could be complete by late August.
I firmly believe that turning off the trail lights at night is a dangerous and irresponsible decision.
Just six months after announcing that the lights on the city’s trail system would remain lit all night, city staff has decided to turn them back off in order to save money.
Tonight, Feb. 25, the city will host an informational meeting at the Fayetteville City Hall at 5:30 p.m. for those interested in getting involved with the Trail Trekkers program.
Workers used a crane to lower the first of two new bridges into place along Lake Fayetteville Trail just south of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.
Anyone wanting to learn more about the program and how to get involved is urged to attend tonight’s meeting.
The half-mile branch will connect with Frisco Trail at Center Street and head west to Garland Avenue.
Wanna volunteer to help keep watch over the City’s trail system?
The City of Fayetteville received two of twelve awards at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce’s Construction and Developers Committee Banquet.
According to City of Fayetteville Trails Coordinator Matt Mihalevich all Fayetteville trail lights will be on all night long from now on.
The clean up is open to the public. The City will provide trash bags and gloves. Boots are recommended.
City installs new lights on stretch of Scull Creek Trail.