The Grant County Heritage Trail, an initiative of FFLAG, is striving toward the development of 48 mile multi-surface, multi–use pathway. The multi-use pathway for Grant County would connect the northern and southern border of the county with existing infrastructure and future pathways. In developing a multi-surface, multi– use pathway, a wide range of users - cyclists, walkers, joggers, equestrian riders, and other not-motorized vehicles– will be served. And, the community will derive further health benefits by increasing physical activity via use of the county spanning pathway; allowing people of all ages and abilities to make the healthy choice, the easy choice.
The Heritage Trail Foundation is seeking $555,230 in private support over the next six years. This money will: complete phase 1 to phase 3 of pathway development, build sidewalks/ pathways to connect downtowns, neighborhoods, parks and schools, sustain the Grant County Heritage Trail Foundation, increase physical activity opportunities and increase access to healthy food options.
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The Grant County Heritage Trail feasibility study was completed in December 2016 in partnership with Kentucky League of Cities. The study includes conceptual drawings, a preliminary implementation plan and budget cost estimates for implementation and sustainability of the pathway. The feasibility study can be found here.
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Seek funding opportunities for trail implementation