After nearly a year of construction, a ribbon cutting is planned for the Johnson County Park & Recreation District’s newest streamway park trail.
This special event for the Coffee Creek Streamway Park Trail’s initial phase of 3.4 miles will take near Shelters 9 and 10 in Heritage Park, which is the current primary access point and western terminus for the new trail. The ribbon cutting will include light refreshments, giveaways, and comments by Johnson County Board of Park and Recreation Commission Chair Paul Snider and other officials.
The new trail stretches from Heritage Park east to Switzer Road. At this time, the shelter near Heritage Park Shelters 9 and 10 is the only place trail users will find restrooms and other amenities. The trail is also connected to surrounding residential neighborhoods, but no parking for trail access is provided at those points. As with other JCPRD streamway trails, the paved trail is for pedestrians and bikes, and equestrian use and motorized vehicles are prohibited.
For more information about the Coffee Creek Streamway Park, click here.
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