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Planning to Extend New Milford River Trail

 

In 2017 the Town Council authorized funding to hire the civil engineering and landscape architecture firm of Milone & MacBroom to prepare a preliminary engineering plan and report, including a routing analysis, to extend the New Milford River Trail from Sega Meadows Park to the Brookfield Town line.  Below is the draft of the “New Milford River Trail Alignment Study and Preliminary Engineering Report” dated May 31, 2018, “Preliminary Engineering Plans”, and the “Phase 1 Archaeological Survey”.

Video of     New Milford Bike & Trail Committee II Public Meeting 2-7-19



Planning to Extend New Milford River Trail Moves Forward
This year, thanks to funding authorized by Mayor David Gronbach and Town Council, the planning firm of Milone & MacBroom was engaged to determine how to extend the existing 5 mile trail from it’s southern trailhead on Boardman Rd through downtown and onward to the Brookfield Town Line (We hope that our trail will link up with Brookfield’s Still River Greenway at this location). Although much work remains to be done, Milone & MacBroom recently unveiled their conceptual plan for the extension of the trail. Here is a look at it:
Planning to Extend New Milford River Trail Moves Forward
This year, thanks to funding authorized by Mayor David Gronbach and Town Council, the planning firm of Milone & MacBroom was engaged to determine how to extend the existing 5 mile trail from it’s southern trailhead on Boardman Rd through downtown and onward to the Brookfield Town Line (We hope that our trail will link up with Brookfield’s Still River Greenway at this location). Although much work remains to be done, Milone & MacBroom recently unveiled their conceptual plan for the extension of the trail. Here is a look at it:

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