Vote for the Oklawaha Greenway
The Oklawaha Greenway and N. Main Sidewalk project is eligible for an NCDOT Mobi Award and we need your help to win! The project with the most votes by February 21st wins the MVP award.
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- Please vote for your favorite project by clicking the thumbs up on the project picture.
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Voting closes February 21st!
This project enhances the area's active transportation system by expanding the Oklawaha Greenway an additional 1.5 miles and completing a city-wide network that connects four parks. A 10 ft. wide asphalt, multi-use path serves residents and attracts visitors both recreationally and functionally, promoting a harmonious interaction with nature. The N. Main Street sidewalk portion of the project creates a half-mile of sidewalk along a busy corridor where no walkway previously existed. A beautiful 70-foot pedestrian bridge provides safe passage over Mud Creek and gives the Oklawaha Village, a Housing Assistance Corporation mixed-income development, direct greenway access.