Boulder County, in partnership with the City of Boulder, is evaluating options for multi-use path connections between the Longmont-to-Boulder (LOBO) Trail at Spine Road and the Cottonwood Trail at Jay Road. Trail users currently travel on the shoulder of Jay Road and a narrow bike lane on Spine Road to make this connection. The Jay Road Connections Study will examine potential alignment options along this corridor and present a preferred off-street multi-use path alignment for future design and construction.
Boulder County conducted an extensive public outreach process in March – July 2018 and is presenting a draft report that will show preferred alignments along two of the options. The draft will be posted on this website when complete along with information on the next public meeting, which is currently anticipated for February 2019.
There are no public meetings currently scheduled.
Previous Meetings and Meeting Materials:
- June 13, 2018 – Open House to Share DRAFT Preferred Alignment and Gather Input
- April 10, 2018 – Open house to present preliminary connection alternatives and gather public input.
The project will include multiple opportunities for public input. If you’d like to be added to the project notification email list for this project, send an email to the project manager.