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January 14, 2016

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Vivienne Jannatpour, (303) 678-6277

Boulder Creek Path extension project open house set for Jan. 21

County seeking
feedback on concept plans

Boulder County, Colo. - Boulder
County Transportation will host an open house to present concepts for extending
the Boulder Canyon Trail further west along State Highway 119/Boulder Canyon
Drive from its current terminus near Fourmile Canyon Drive west to Chapman
Drive.

What: Public Open House
When: Thursday, Jan. 21, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Where: Alfalfa’s Market Community
Room – 1651 Broadway, Boulder

The
meeting is an opportunity for the public to review the concept plans and
options and provide feedback that will help inform the design process.

The
goal of the project is to extend the off-street path for bicyclists and pedestrians
in Boulder Canyon. The path will connect to the Chapman Drive trailhead and
Flagstaff Mountain Trails and includes a potential new route to Betasso
Preserve. Boulder County Transportation is working on this project with help
from the Colorado Department of Transportation and the City of Boulder, and
project funding is coming from all three entities.

A
feasibility report was completed in 2011. This report is available on the
project website –
www.BoulderCanyonTrail.com.

For more information,
contact Matt Wempe at 303-441-4554 or
mwempe@bouldercounty.org.