Trails

JewEllsworth Trail

As part of the JewEllsworth Trail project, a new trail bridge was installed over a major drainage ditch.

The JewEllsworth Trail is a 3.5-mile, multi-use trail, providing safe, efficient travel between the central Iowa cities of Jewell and Ellsworth.

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McFarlane Bridge

The McFarlane Bridge spans the Cedar River replacing a century-old, concrete bridge that was damaged beyond repair during historic flooding in 2008.

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Bicycle & Trail Master Plan

The Knoxville Bicycle & Trail Master Plan provides a comprehensive 20-year vision for the City's bicycle and pedestrian system.

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Terry Trueblood Rec. Area

Located along the Iowa River on the southern edge of Iowa City, the Terry Trueblood Recreation Area is Iowa City’s largest park.

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Easter Lake Trail

Conceptual, preliminary, and final design were provided for over 5-miles of 12-foot wide PCC recreational trail encompassing Easter Lake.

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Starkweather Bike Path

The Starkweather Bike and Pedestrian Path connecting the Isthmus and East Washington corridors with the Madison Campus was completed in June 2010.

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Ada Hayden Park

This project preserved two bodies of water in Ada Hayden Heritage Park, improved water quality of the lakes, and stabilized three miles of shoreline.

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Bondurant Trailhead Park

Snyder & Associates conducted meetings for project input and prepared the Trailhead Master Plan and estimate of construction costs.

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Oralabor Gateway Trail

The Oralabor Gateway Trail is part of the Neal Smith to Ankeny Trail that connects Ankeny, Iowa to the existing Neal Smith Trail south of Saylorville.

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East Manawa Drive Trail

This project involved situating a recreational trail within a narrow corridor of right of way with a minimal construct-able area.

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High Trestle Trail

This 10-foot wide, 25-mile long trail connects five cities across four counties following a rail-banked railroad corridor.

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Gay Lea Wilson Trail – Polk Co.

The Polk County segment of the Gay Lea Wilson Trail extended the existing recreational trail north along the Four Mile Creek Greenbelt to NE 54th Ave.

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Raccoon River Valley Trail

This project extended the popular Raccoon River Valley Trail in Dallas and Guthrie Counties to create a 72-mile long paved recreational trail loop.

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Prairie Heritage Civic Plaza

Centrally located in Altoona, Iowa, this community plaza park incorporates a performance stage, pavilion, concession stand, and other amenities.

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