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Springville Road crossing - looking south
Mid-project - looking south
Westside/Rock Creek Trail connection - looking north
Bethany Creek Trail #2 – Segment 3 is a new community trail segment located in the North Bethany area of Washington County. It will extend from THPRD’s Westside Trail north to Springville Rd along the east edge of Kaiser Woods Natural Area and Kaiser Woods Park.
The proposed trail alignment is approximately 0.44 miles and runs almost entirely within a Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Right-of-Way (ROW). The project spans multiple jurisdictions including Washington and Multnomah counties and, project permitting, will need to address the requirements of each jurisdiction as appropriate. It is anticipated that multiple easements, such as utility and access easements, will be encountered and considered within the project. There are multiple THPRD properties and parks within a half mile radius of the trail, and this new community trail segment will provide connectivity to adjacent trails, parks and neighborhoods/streets as appropriate within the North Bethany area.
Project planning for THPRD’s newest trail project is under way. THPRD’s design consultants are currently conducting site surveys and base mapping of the project area for site analysis. Public outreach and master planning efforts are expected to begin in March 2018 and continue through the summer.
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Bethany Creek Trail #2 – Segment 3 is a new community trail segment located in the North Bethany area of Washington County which will extend from THPRD's Westside Trail north to Springville Rd along the east edge of Kaiser Woods Natural Area and Kaiser Woods Park.
Trail Connections: Westside Trail, Rock Creek Trail, Kaiser Woods Park & Natural Area, North Bethany (Bethany Creek Falls)
Project Duration: approx. 37-40 months
Project Start: January 2018
Public Outreach: Standard (approx. March – July 2018)
Board MP Approval: Summer 2018
Proposed Construction Schedule: anticipated June – Sept 2020 (4 months)