Category Archives: Connecting Neighborhoods

Grove Road B2B Trail Segment Officially Open

The Grove Road #B2BTrail segment is officially open! Trail Partners, Rawsonville Elementary School staff and local families were in attendance celebrate the occasion with a ribbon cutting hosted by Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission. It was a beautiful day … Continue reading

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Dexter-Chelsea Trail Segment Ribbon Cutting

HWPI and WPARC are excited to announce the official opening of the first Dexter-Chelsea Road segment of the B2B Trail! This stretch of trail boasts a beautiful bridge over Mill Creek, stunning stretches of Michigan fields and a connection to … Continue reading

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Border-to-Border Trail Development Continues

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 … Continue reading

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Issues Of The Environment: The Continuing Expansion of the Border-to-Border Trail

“Progress is being made to fully connect communities throughout Washtenaw County with an expanded Border-to-Border Trail.” Coy Vaughn, Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation  Commission (WCPARC) Deputy Director and Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI) board member, discussed the latest B2B developments … Continue reading

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