Jackson Hole Community Pathways will present 50% design of the South Park Loop Pathway to the Teton County Commissioners on Tuesday, February 16th at 9am.
The meeting will provide elected officials and the public the opportunity to review and comment on the preliminary alignment for the 1.9 mile pathway proposed along South Park Loop between 3 Creek Ranch and Melody Ranch. Civil design for the project started in early 2016 when the project design team in the field in January and the development of a conceptual design through early February. The Phase Report and Plan set documents pathway alignment, corridor constraints, location and design of crossings, utility conflicts, and impacts to trees.
Friends of Pathways encourages commenters to urge the electeds to ensure that the crossings are built in a way that is safe for users of all age groups and abilities. Please direct comments to Brian Schilling at Jackson Hole Community Pathways, email@example.com or directly to the county commissioners at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The South Park Loop Pathway was funded through a 2014 Special Purpose Excise Tax. Planning for the pathway began in the fall of 2015 with Community Open Houses. The design contract was let soon after the Teton County Commission determined the best alignment for the pathway.