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    PARKSOPENSPACE.POS.OP_BCPOS_TRAILS

    OBJECTID
    Internal feature number. (Source: ESRI)

    Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

    FEATURE_TYPE
    Type of trail, determined by the regulations and the purpose of the trail. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    LOCATION
    The name of the Boulder County property that the trail is located on. In the instance that the trail is not located on a Boulder County property, location is the road, water body, or other dominant feature the trail follows. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    FEATURE_NAME
    The adopted name of the trail. Access trails and sidewalks do not have a feature name. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger. Pascale Freid is responsible for naming conventions.)

    SURFACE_TYPE
    The material that the trail is made of. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    ValueDefinition
    Asphalt 
    BoardwalkWood walkway over wet area
    Concrete 
    Crusher Fines 
    NaturalNatural ground; no surfaces added
    Road BaseMixture of gravel and dirt

    WIDTH
    Width of the trail segment, in feet. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    SOURCE
    The source of the spatial data. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    ValueDefinition
    cadAutoCad
    digDigitized
    gpsglobal positioning system (handheld device)

    SRC_YEAR
    The year that the data was came from the source. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    STATUS
    The status of the trail on the ground, either existing or proposed. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    ValueDefinition
    existingThe trail exists on the ground for public use.
    proposedThe trail has been approved by the BOCC and is in final design or construction phases.

    OWNER
    The entity the owns the trail. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    ValueDefinition
    Audobon SocietyAudobon Society
    BoulderCity of Boulder
    County POSBoulder County Parks and Open Space
    County TransporationBoulder County Transportation
    GIDGunbarrell Improvement District
    IGAIntergovernmental Agreement; multiple owners
    LafayetteCity of Lafayette
    LouisvilleCity of Louisville
    LongmontCity of Longmont
    Niwot Sanitation DistrictNiwot Sanitation District
    PrivatePrivate Ownership; usually owned by a subdivision (HOA).
    ROWRoad Right-of-Way
    StateState Parks
    St Vrain Valley School DistrictSt Vrain Valley School District
    SuperiorTown of Superior

    MAINTENANCE
    The entity responsible for maintaining the trail.

    ValueDefinition
    BoulderCity of Boulder
    County POSBoulder County Parks and Open Space
    County TransportationBoulder County Transportation
    IGAIntergovernmental Agreement; multiple owners
    HOAHomeowners Association
    LafayetteCity of Lafayette
    LouisvilleCity of Louisville
    LongmontCity of Longmont
    LyonsTown of Lyons
    StateState Parks

    ENFORCEMENT
    The jurisdiction responsible for enforcing rules and regulations on the trail. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    ValueDefinition
    BoulderCity of Boulder
    CountyBoulder County Parks and Open Space
    SuperiorTown of Superior
    LyonsTown of Lyons
    LouisvilleCity of Louisville
    LafayetteCity of Lafayette
    LongmontCity of Longmont
    StateState Parks

    PED
    Pedestrians allowed on trail, yes or no. To date, pedestrians are allowed on all trails. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    BIKE
    Bikes allowed on trail, yes or no. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    HORSE
    Horses allowed on the trail, yes or no. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    DOG
    Dogs allowed on trail, yes or no. (Source: Meredith Dutlinger)

    REMARKS

    TrailSystem
    If the trail is part of a Regional Trail System, it will be defined here.

    Shape
    Feature geometry. (Source: ESRI)

    Coordinates defining the features.

    VerticalGain
    The elevation difference of the trail, between the highest and lowest points at any point along the trail. This number is unique for each feature name (trail name).

    Shape.len

    Z_Min

    Z_Max

    Z_Mean

    SLength

    Min_Slope

    Max_Slope

    Avg_Slope


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