WAKE FOREST — The Town of Wake Forest will host a second citizen information workshop on the design of the Dunn Creek Greenway — Downtown Connector Tuesday, Aug. 20.
The session will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. in the ground floor meeting room at the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St. The room is most easily accessed via town hall’s Taylor Street entrance.
The meeting is a follow-up to the June 25 workshop. All area residents are invited to attend and share their comments regarding the proposed greenway trail alignment. Residents who live in the Deacons Ridge, Cardinal Hills and Cardinal Park subdivisions are especially encouraged to attend.
The proposed Dunn Creek Greenway-Downtown Connector will extend north for approximately .3 miles from the existing northern end of the Dunn Creek Greenway at the N.C. 98 Bypass/Dr. Calvin Jones Highway pedestrian culvert.
In addition to providing useful connections to the Deacons Ridge and Cardinal Park subdivisions, the trail will offer easy access to downtown. The project will also provide lighting and address drainage issues within the existing pedestrian culvert.
For more information about the Dunn Creek Greenway-Downtown Connector, contact Senior Planner Candace Davis at 919-435-9513 or firstname.lastname@example.org.