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Your input matters as City of Huntsville, Land Trust seek community input on greenways

Published on December 7, 2022

Eric S. Obermann Forest at Aldridge Creek Greenway

After two successful greenway public input meetings in November, the City of Huntsville and Land Trust of North Alabama are casting a wider net to gain even more community feedback.

For three weeks, the City and Land Trust invite citizens to participate in a brief survey on the Huntsville Greenway Network and Master Plan. The City’s Planning Department will use survey responses and data to inform future decision-making and planning.

“This survey helps us with prioritization and allows us to identify areas we might have missed,” said Huntsville Urban and Long-Range Planner Dennis Madsen. “When looking at the City’s greenway network, it’s important we have as much input as possible to make the best decisions for our future.”

The City’s Greenway Master Plan reflects the community’s vision for a connected system of trails and greenways for the benefit of the public. Informed by The BIG Picture comprehensive planning process, the Greenway Master Plan is designed to connect Huntsville’s cultural heritage and natural beauty.

Click here to view the 2022 Greenway Master Plan.

To take the greenway survey, visit this link to get started.