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  • First Loop Annual Report published

    Jun 11, 2015 | Read More News
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    Matt Stoner loves the beauty of the wetlands and the opportunity to just “enjoy nature.” Tim Nessinger, his wife and kids traverse it by bike it for some quality family time. And Ryan and Ganae Tripp and pups Ellie and Daisy patrol it regularly, given that their destination is just a few steps from their front door.

    What’s drawing this diverse crowd? The Loop, the 100-plus miles of shared-use paths that connect the county’s major river parks and offer users traffic-free routes on which they can walk and run, bike and rollerblade. The County has completed more than 100 miles of paths and plan to have another 12 miles under construction this year.

    The stories of these users are shared in the first Loop Annual Report, a 20-page booklet celebrating the completion of the first 100 miles of paths. The report also features dozens of four-color images, updated maps, a timeline of key events in the Loop’s history and tribute to some of the visionaries who brought the Loop to life.
    Check out the Loop Annual Report.