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Lick Creek Greenway Trail

The Lick Creek Greenway Trail is a paved trail about three miles in length between Westfield Park and Lick Creek Park. It connects residential neighborhoods, parks and schools. Click here to view the map. 

A trailhead is located at Creek View Park and parking is available at Creek View Elementary after school hours. To get to the greenway trail follow along Eagle, Longmire and Barron Road using the bike lanes and sidewalks to the intersection of SH6 and Barron Road. The accessible trail is 10 feet wide and meanders through a natural setting for three miles. It includes an underpass at Midtown Drive and William D. Fitch Parkway (SH 40) so users don’t have to cross at the roadway. The trail connector follows Pebble Creek Parkway to Lick Creek Park with buffered bike lanes and sidewalks. At Royal Adelade Drive it reverts back to a 10 foot wide side path along Pebble Creek Parkway and continues to Lick Creek Park. Parking is also available at Lick Creek Park. 

In April, the parking lot and trailhead were completed on Midtown Drive near the electrical substation to make the beautiful trail even more accessible. The new amenity includes 12 standard parking spaces and one handicap spot. Click here to view the map.

Background

The Lick Creek Trail project was adopted as a concept in 2002 as a part of the Bikeway and Pedestrian Master Plan (now the Bicycle, Pedestrian and Greenways Master Plan). The project was then prioritized for funding by a Hike and Bike Task Force and adopted by the City Council on November 23, 2004, as a high priority. About $4.4 million dollars were allocated through the 2008 bond for implementation. The trail was completed in the fall of 2016. 

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