Trails Master Plan

The Eagle Pathways and Trails Plan defines a bold vision and implementation strategy that addresses many key community issues including recreation, transportation, quality of life, economic vitality, and community health. 

This plan seeks to create an environmentally sensitive, perpetually dedicated public, non-motorized trail system and a local and regional pathways system that provides safe mobility options and enhances citizens’ lives.

Purpose of this Plan

This plan identifies a vision for recreation and transportation throughout the City of Eagle’s pathway and trail system. Based on existing conditions and public needs, the plan makes infrastructure and operational recommendations that will improve, expand, and connect trails and pathways. 

Guide to the Plan

The Eagle Pathways and Trails Plan is divided into three primary chapters:

1.Chapter 1- Introduction and Existing Conditions:

This chapter gives an overview of Eagle’s existing pathway and trail system, and summarizes public input and needs.

2.Chapter 2- Recommendations:

This chapter provides infrastructure and operational recommendations to create a world class pathway and trail system for the City of Eagle.

3.Chapter 3- Implementation: 

Chapter 3 prioritizes the recommendations from Chapter 2 and outlines needed funding and operational improvements to realize the vision for the Eagle Pathways and Trails Plan.

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  • Each question in the survey will provide a link to the relevant information from the plan. You do not need to review the full plan to provide input on this survey.
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  • Thank you for taking the time to review and respond to the proposed City of Eagle Pathways and Trails Plan. By giving us your input, you are helping to shape the future of the Eagle Trails and Pathway system: how the system will be managed; where the system will grow; and what type of opportunities the system can provide to residents and visitors.
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January 2019 Trails Master Plan DRAFT 

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