Greetings trail lovers: As you may know, the City is working to develop a trail starting from the end of Calle Mejia to tie neighborhoods that lie to the north (such as Zocalo and Las Estrellas) into our greater walking and biking system.  This is a key piece of nearly three-mile alignment along the “Cañada Rincon” arroyo stretching from the Santa Fe River Trail all the way up to Tano Rd.  This particular connection was recommended as a “Phase A” improvement in the Metropolitan Bicycle Master Plan and thus qualified for G.O. Bond funding.

The meeting tomorrow evening at the Convention Center, publicized below, is a chance to hear about preliminary planning and design of this trail.  If you are interested in learning more, providing input, or just voicing your support, please consider attending!  Thanks, Tim

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Cañada Rincon Trail – Early Neighborhood Notification Public Meeting Reminder


When:             Tuesday, February 7, 2017; 6:00-7:00 p.m.

Free on-street parking begins at 6:00 p.m.  

                          The project presentation will commence at 6:15 p.m.  


Where:            Santa Fe Convention Center

Pojoaque Room (2nd Floor)

201 W. Marcy St.,

Santa Fe, NM


Join us for a public meeting to review schematic plans for a proposed non-motorized urban trail between Calle Mejia with Camino Francisca / Avenida Rincon.

Representatives from the City of Santa Fe and the project team will answer questions and collect your feedback.

For further information please contact design office at: Written comments will be accepted until February 14, 2017. Persons with disabilities in need of accommodations, call 505.955.6853 four (4) days prior to the meeting date.



design . office

1300 luisa street

santa fe, nm 87505

505 / 983.1415

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