Spring is on the way and that means walking tours and open houses. We’ll talk about what makes a good trail and discuss the Jane’s Walks held around the world in memory of Jane Jacobs. Look at saranacrivertrail.org for some tips and upcoming walks in downtown Plattsburgh.
Jeff Olson will be leading an open conversation about getting the Plattsburgh Community to the next level of mobility.
His presentation will cover international trends in trails and how people are using them.
Friends of Saranac River Trail joins with Sunrise Rotary at Discover Plattsburgh/Discover Service where nonprofits showcase their opportunities and endeavors to the public.
We‘ll show the new Utility Smart app as well as the Saranac River Trail app.
The City of Plattsburgh invites everyone to join us on Saturday, April 22 from 12p.m. – 4p.m. at the City Recreation Center & US Oval for Discover Service & Earth Day Festival. This is an opportunity for clubs and organizations to recruit new volunteers as well as engage our community in Earth-friendly activities!
Now available on the App Store with updates for iOS 10.
The Saranac River Trail follows the river through the City of Plattsburgh weaving its way across the campus of SUNY Plattsburgh, along Pine Street, and across the Saranac Street bridge (closed to motorized vehicles but open to bikes and walkers). Phase II, currently under construction, will add a new bridge across the river to Durkee Street and City Hall Place ending at the MacDonough Monument opposite City Hall. Spurs will connect from the Saranac Street Bridge to Stafford Middle School and eventually to Peace Point Park where the river empties into Lake Champlain.