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How does the City of Sanford intend to use the Greenways & Trails Bonds?

These bonds are intended to be used to extend the Endor Iron Furnace Trail. These bonds would amount to up to $4 million if necessary. These bonds would only be used to extend the trail within the City limits, creating an urban trail.

What makes up the $4 million of the Greenways & Trails Bonds?

  • Acquiring land and rights-of-way to construct greenways and trails.
  • Surfacing and paving greenways and trails.
  • Providing lighting, landscaping, signals and markers, and other necessary accompaniments.

What potential projects might the Greenways & Trails Bonds include?

  • Improving and expanding the existing greenway facility, located at Carbonton Road.
  • Extending paved greenway trail from Wicker Street to Central Carolina Hospital for the “Medical Mile.”
  • Extending the greenway down Wicker Street and up Carthage Street to meet back at the hospital.
  • Extending the greenway from Wicker and Carthage streets through Historic Downtown, past old City Hall to Little Buffalo Creek through Depot Park to the Sanford Municipal Center.
  • Traffic signal replacement, pedestrian traffic signals, and landscaping.

Click this thumbnail to see a large map of the proposed greenway extension:

Click on the thumbnail to view larger image:

Plans shared here were originally included in the Medical Arts Village Concept Plan.


Want a City official or Council member to discuss the 2013 Bond Referendum at your next meeting or event? Call Kelly Quinones Miller at 919-777-1133 or email bonds@sanfordnc.net.





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