Does the new bridge mean changes to the off-leash area?

The off-leash area and the multi-use pathway in that area will be left largely intact; however, a portion of the off-leash area and multi-use pathway will be closed to the public during construction. There will be a detour for the multi-use pathway to maintain connectivity. More information will be provided closer to the start of construction.

There are some decisions still to be made regarding pathway alignments and facilities; however, the bridge has been designed to minimize the impact to the multi-use pathway and river access of the off-leash area. An amenity space with benches and tables beneath the bridge is also being planned.

A new parking lot is currently being planned to replace the temporary parking area established during the Griffin Road realignment.

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1. Where will the bridge be located?
2. How was the location of the new bridge decided?
3. Does the new bridge mean changes to the off-leash area?
4. How long has the Town been planning for this new bridge?
5. What steps are required before construction can be scheduled?
6. What happens next?
7. When will the new bridge be ready to use and what will it connect to?