Click a trail segment for more information about the work to be performed.
Weather permitting, improvements on North Liberty’s North Ridge Trail recreation trail between Penn Street and Forevergreen Road will begin on Wednesday, June 3. This project, which will widen, elevate and resurface the trail, is expected to last into August.
Work will be done in segments. While each segment is being improved, it will require its temporary closure until the work is complete and the trail segment is safe to reopen.
Work will begin with the largest part of the project: raising, patching and resurfacing the trail segment between Zeller Street and Golfview Drive. This work is expected to last into late July. At this same time, crews will do some week-long culvert work on a segment between Cherry and Zeller streets.
Following completion on the Zeller-to-Golfview segment, work will move to the trail segment between Penn and Cherry streets, which is expected to last about two weeks. Then, crews will complete patching and overlay work between Cherry Street and Zeller Street, which is expected to last about two weeks. Finally, crews will resurface the segment between Golfview Drive and Forevergreen Road, which is also expected to last about two weeks.
Users of the trail are asked to use caution and find alternative routes around the work. Details and updates on this and other North Liberty construction projects are available at northlibertyiowa.org/projects.