By 1808Delaware

Genoa Township officials are planning to construct a 1,400 foot long multi-use trail, and they are looking for public input in the planning process.

The trail as proposed is on the west side of Worthington Road from Braymoore Drive to approximately 100 north of Jaccox Road. On both ends it will meet with trail segments.

Identified environmental impacts include the loss of 50 individual trees and the disturbance of what is referred to as “common terrestrial vegetation” (shrubs, hedges, etc.).

The construction will require that the Township acquire a permanent easement over the affected area.Genoa Township is again seeking public feedback. Comments on the project, including on its environment impacts, may be made by April 15 to: Doug Riedel at: DRiedel@co/, by phone at: 740.833.2448, or by mailing:

Delaware County Engineer’s Office
Attn: Doug Riedel
50 East Channing Street
Delaware, Ohio 43015

Image by Jill Mackie from Pixabay

Become a 1808Delaware Newsroom Partner and support
independent media in Delaware County. Details here.

You May Also Like

Township Offers Opportunity To Make Lasting Gifts

Formerly known as the Legacy Program, the Genoa Township Parks Giving Program…

Genoa Township Police Take Steps Toward Re-Accreditation; Public Comment Welcome

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement…

Genoa Township Releases Info On Proposed Levies

Genoa Township has three levies on the upcoming ballot to be decided…

Genoa Township Names Joseph Ponzi Next Fire Chief

Special to 1808Delaware In preparation for the August 3rd retirement of Genoa…