FOLAR is pleased to announce that the DRAFT Appomattox River Trail Master Plan is now available for review and comment.
DECEMBER UPDATE: Through December 2016, FOLAR is working to collect additional detail on neighborhood access routes and signage symbols for Hopewell and Petersburg to incorporate into the Master Plan document in order to help provide increased opportunities for residents to add more physical activity into their daily routines. This additional project work is part of a grant from the Crater Health District (CHD). The updated schedule for completion of the final document is January 2017.
Additional comments may be submitted through December 18, 2016. The final document will include additional introductory/front matter and appendices. Please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The draft plan includes recommendations for potential trail routes that will link and enhance parks and trails connecting the 23 miles along the Appomattox River between Lake Chesdin and City Point Park at the convergence with the James River. The linear parks and trails along the Appomattox River are community assets that can serve a catalytic role in enhancing economic development opportunities, fostering environmental stewardship, and creating a healthier, higher quality of life for all.
The draft plan has been developed by consulting firm, Land Planning & Design Associates, based on input from stakeholders and the public. This master planning effort is intended to engage our local communities along the river, including the counties of Chesterfield, Dinwiddie and Prince George, and the cities of Colonial Heights, Hopewell and Petersburg.
YOU CAN PROVIDE NEIGHBORHOOD TRAIL ACCESS INPUT ONLINE AT: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AppoRiverTrail
Click here to view or download the draft plan: DRAFT Appomattox River Trail Master Plan
An important part of the planning work included development of a Branding and Signage Master Plan for the trail by AB Design. The resulting logo brand and draft signage plan will be finalized and included in the final trail Master Plan.
Click on the links below to view or download the draft signage plan:
This master planning project is made possible through a grant from The Cameron Foundation, which strives to transform the Tri-Cities and surrounding counties into a healthy, vibrant and economically vital region by strategically leveraging resources for community impact.