This week, Teton County engineers released the initial design plans for Path22 Middle Section from Iron Rock to existing pathways at Indian trails.
It’s is important that you take time this busy weekend to review the plans and provide comments to Teton County Commissioners by July 6th or attend Monday, July 7th meeting at 9am at the County Commissioner Chambers.
Friends of Pathways fully supports the preferred county alignment which prioritizes safety for the greatest number of users and cost effectiveness. We request that the Commissioners adopt and approve the preferred alignment this Monday, July 7th, so that construction on this critical missing link can begin as early as this fall.
The suggested alignment includes a pathway in the road easement on the north side of Highway 22 from Emily’s Pond to the Skyline Ranch neighborhood, an underpass to Skyline Ranch, and a a pathway on the south side of Highway 22 from Skyline Ranch to connect to the existing pathways in Indian Trails. It also includes spurs connecting to Skyline Ranch and Bar Y neighborhoods.
Review Plans Here:
July 7_Middle Section_Proposed Engineering Plan