Greenway Extension

Phase 3 Loth Springs/Ridgeview Park Connector

** UPDATE**  June 19, 2019 Public Input Meeting set- Click here for details

The meeting will begin with a brief introduction and then 5 routes will be introduced. Each route can be considered on its own and staff will be present to answer questions and have small group discussions. A comment sheet will be available for the public to give input on each of the routes. These comment sheets must be returned to Parks and Recreation and postmarked, if mailed, by July 8. 

For your convenience, the route maps and comment sheet are linked below: 

Comment Sheet 

Red Route- 14th Street to Magnolia Avenue

Orange Route-  Maple Avenue to 15th Street to Locust Avenue (Cliffside Entry) 

Yellow Route-   Pine Avenue to 15th Street to Locust Avenue (Cliffside Entry)

Green Route-  Pine Avenue to Oak Avenue Ext. (Cliffside Entry) 

Blue Route-  River via Maple Avenue (Ridgeview Extension Entry)

Combined Route Mapall routes shown on one page

Greenway Phase 3 - Loth Springs/Ridgeview Park Connector 

In 2001, the City adopted a city-wide greenway plan. Since that time, 1.2 miles of the South River Greenway has been constructed and is utilized daily by pedestrians, cyclists, and those looking for river access (anglers and paddlers). Following the success and popularity of the current greenway trail, the City is pleased to announce it has been awarded $1,000,000 of funding from VDOT to design and construct the next major section of greenway, the Loth Springs/Ridgeview Park Connector Trail. This new section will allow for the safe and scenic connection of two of the City's most popular park facilities, the Greenway and Ridgeview Park.

For more information and resources on this project check out the links below:

Loth Springs/Ridgeview Park Connector Trail Fact Sheet

Community Design Assistance Center (CDAC) Study 2013- Greenway

South River Greenway Facebook Page

October 2016 City Council TAP Application Briefing

Neighborhood Greenway Concept