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City Planning A Multi-Use Trail For The South Cameron Woodlot

Tuesday May 31st, 2022, 10:42am

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The City of Windsor is looking to create an environmentally sensitive trail through the South Cameron Woodlot.

The woodlot measures 31.26 acres and is bordered by residential growth along its northern, eastern and southern boundaries. A 400-metre trail already exists connecting the northern and southern neighbourhoods. The planned additional multi-use trail would connect the southern and eastern neighbourhoods and increase access and enjoyment of this neighbourhood space for residents and visitors.

City Council has approved hiring a consultant to find the best way through the woodlot, including the possibility of a scenic winding path from Ojibway Street, near Rankin, across to Treehouse Park on Kenora Street. Another option could be a more direct trail connecting both of the existing dead-ends of Ojibway Street through the woodlot.

City administration expects the consultant report to be completed by the end of summer, with the project presented to Council as a part of the 2023 proposed capital budget.

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