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Support the Cresheim Trail in Springfield on June 21

There will be a public meeting about the future of the Cresheim Trail in Montgomery County at the Springfield Township Administration Building on Thursday, June 21st.

The Cresheim Trail is a multi-use trail that begins in Philadelphia and is currently under expansion. Once complete, the Cresheim Trail will be part of the 750-mile network of Circuit Trails throughout the 9-county Delaware Valley Region.

At the June 21st meeting, neighbors and community members will hear from members of the Friends of the Cresheim Trail, Springfield Township Commissioner Jonathan Cobb, and others, about what’s currently underway with the trail, and what can be done to encourage its success in Montgomery County.

Residents will also be given a short slideshow and presentation, to learn more about the Trail, and how it can be utilized currently, and in the future.

All are welcome to attend the meeting and learn more about this off-road path that will connect, counties, neighborhoods, and people.

Who: Friends of the Cresheim Trail, Springfield Township Supervisor Jonathan Cobb, and Henry Stroud – Montgomery County Planner

What: Community Meeting to learn more about the Cresheim Trail

Where: Springfield Township Administration Building, 1510 Paper Mill Road, Wyndmoor, PA 19038

When: June 21st, 7pm

Why: The Cresheim Trail — a multi-use path connecting Northwest Philadelphia to Montgomery County — is currently being expanded, and those involved want to share information with the residents who will soon be given easier access to the trail.

Learn more at http://www.cresheimtrail.org/

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Topics: Biking in Philly, Biking the Suburbs, Featured, The Circuit

One comment on “Support the Cresheim Trail in Springfield on June 21

  1. Charlie Karl Reply

    Looking forward to seeing some progress on the Cresheim Trail. Looks like there will be advancements in both directions. In Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill with the transfer of the Bridge and right of way. Also will be nice to connect to the county’s efforts connecting up to Northwester Ave/Forbidden Drive and along Stenton Ave in Flourtown to Fort Washington State Park on Mill Road/valley Green Rd/ and out to Fort Washington Park Militia Hill. This has nice greenways along the farmland, creek, state park, near Dixon Meadow and is called the Wissahickon/Green Ribbon Trail.

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