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Bouldin trailhead project is a wrap
Thursday, April 14, 2022 by Tai Moses
After much hard work by the members of the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Association and friends, the West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt Trailhead project is finally complete. In addition to a brand-new informational kiosk and paved parking area, the trailhead boasts new signage and cedar fencing. It all adds up to a far more inviting access point to the 16-acre West Bouldin Creek Greenbelt. The community received assistance from the Austin Parks and Recreation Department and Public Works’ Neighborhood Partnering Program, which “helps local groups enhance city-owned property in their neighborhood through cost-sharing, project planning, and construction,” according to a news release. BCNA’s Ingrid Weigand, who has been caring for the greenbelt for three decades and helped spearhead the project, noted that “People need to know the trails exist in order to use them, and also feel safe and comfortable doing so. We’re very pleased with how welcoming the trailhead looks, and we hope to see more of our neighbors enjoying this greenspace.”
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