The coordinated development of our communities’ trail networks will create a safe, secure, efficient and appealing trail system that will enhance recreation and non-motorized modes of transportation throughout the region. The systematic connectivity of the trails network will improve quality of life and community health, provide transportation choices and enhance the sense of community for residents, attract visitors from around the region and out of state, resulting in social, environmental and economic benefits for local communities and the state.
The Regional Trails Coordinating Council typically meets three times per year in the SNHPC Conference Room. The next meeting will likely be held in early spring 2020.
The 2012 Strategic Plan is in the process of being updated as of Winter 2020.