Trails & Multi-Use Paths

Lasalle Trail, Phase I - Cleveland Road to Darden Road

This was a cooperative project with the Parks & Recreation Department for the construction of LaSalle Trail from Cleveland Road to Darden Road and included a HAWK (High Intensity Activated crossWalk) signal at Cleveland Road to provide pedestrians a safe crossing. Phase I was recently completed and opened for public use.
Consulting Engineers: Lawson-Fisher & Associates (Design and Construction)
Contractor: Walsh & Kelly


LaSalle Trail, Phase II - Darden Road to Auten Road


This is a cooperative project with the Parks & Recreation Department to continue the construction of LaSalle Trail which currently ends at Darden Road. Engineering design is complete  and construction will begin and be complete in 2017.
Consulting Engineers: Butler Fairman & Seufert (Design and Construction)
Contractor: Selge Construction

Adams Trail, Phase II - east of Gumwood Road to Elm Road


This is a cooperative project with the Friends of Granger Paths and a continuation of the multi-use path which currently ends at Elm Road. Engineering design is complete and construction will begin and be complete in 2017.
Consulting Engineers: Troyer Group (Design and Construction)
Contractor: Walsh & Kelly

LaSalle Trail, Phase III - Auten Road to State Line Road


This is a cooperative project with the Parks & Recreation Department. This is the final phase of LaSalle Trail, before picking up in Michigan. Engineering design is underway, and projected to be ready for construction in 2017 and may extend into 2018. 
Consulting Engineers: DLZ (Design and Construction)
Contractor: TBD

Auten Trail - from Laurel Road to SR 933


Project consists of constructing a new multi-use path adjacent to Auten Road and improving safety with street lights. Engineering design is underway, and projected to be ready for construction in 2019.
Consulting Engineers: Troyer Group (Design and Construction)
Contractor: TBD