OPELIKA, AL — Creekline Trails of Opelika invites all
residents of the City of Opelika and surrounding areas to
attend a public meeting on Wednesday, November 18, 2020
from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in the Opelika Municipal Courtroom
(300 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Opelika, AL 36801). The
local mask ordinance and social distancing guidelines will
be adhered to for public safety.
The National Park Service will develop a master plan for
Creekline Trails, lending technical assistance through the
Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program. The
purpose of this public meeting is to present an overview of
the master planning process and receive community input.
Comment and input is welcomed from all Opelika and area
residents to ensure that the development and design of
Creekline Trails serves all members of the community.
Interested parties are encouraged to complete the
Creekline Trails Planning Survey online at the following link:
bit.ly/creeklinesurvey2020. Hard copies of this survey will
also be available for completion at the public meeting.
Creekline Trails of Opelika is a citizen-driven effort to
create a system of nature trails and multiuse paths along
Opelika’s scenic streams. It is a project of Envision Opelika
Foundation, Inc., inspired by Opelika’s unique watershed
and designed to address numerous recreational,
transportational, and conservational needs. For more
information, visit bit.ly/creeklineopelika.