Border-to-Border Trail Development Continues

Construction is underway on the path from the City of Chelsea toward Dexter.

Border-to-Border (B2B) Trail development continues at a rapid pace with construction underway on the path from the City of Chelsea toward Dexter. This 2.1 mile segment beginning at Freer Road and ending at Lima Center Road is targeted for completion this summer. It is just one of many active B2B projects led by the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commissionwith support from many organizations including the Washtenaw County Road Commission, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources5 Healthy Towns Foundation and the City of Chelsea. Critical private sector funding and support has come from the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative and many local businesses and individuals.

This collaborative community effort will provide safe recreational paths and commuter routes as cities, towns and parks are connected by the B2B. For more information please go to:

Photo: B2B Groundbreaking Dexter-Chelsea Road – from left to right: John Mann (Chelsea State Bank), Peter Sanderson (WCPARC), Lew Kidder (HWPI), Amy Heydlauff (5 Healthy Towns), Coy Vaughn (WCPARC), John Hanifan (City of Chelsea), Rob Mahan (HWPI), Jeff Hardcastle (HWPI), Roy Townsend (WCPARC), Matt Pegouskie (5 Healthy Towns).

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