BALTIMORE, MD (Wednesday, March 1, 2023) – Baltimore Metropolitan Council (BMC) is seeking comments on plans for a six-mile trail connecting the Guinness Open Gate Brewery to Southwest Area Park in Baltimore County. A comment period on the plans will close on March 30, 2023 and include a public meeting at the Halethorpe Community Center on March 14.
The segment will be part of the Patapsco Regional Greenway (PRG), an envisioned 40-mile shared-use trail connecting Baltimore’s Inner Harbor to Sykesville in Carroll County along the Patapsco Valley. To date, over 12 miles of the PRG are complete.
BMC is set to complete a 30 percent design plan for the six-mile Guinness to Southwest segment later this year. Working with Baltimore County, BMC will review comments on four alternatives for the trail and identify a preferred alignment. This preferred alignment will be finalized after additional public review, and the resulting 30 percent design plan will carry the project to final design and construction.
Learn more about the project details at publicinput.com/prgswareapark.
Members of the public are encouraged to share comments on the proposed alternatives by Thursday, March 30. Anyone wishing to discuss the project in more detail is welcome to join a public meeting at the Halethorpe Community Center on March 14 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Those who cannot attend can view materials from the meeting at publicinput.com/prgswareapark.
Ways to comment include:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Text: keyword prgswareapark to 73224
- Voicemail: 855-925-2801 x 3619
- Online: publicinput.com/prgswareapark
- Social media: @BaltoMetroCo
- Public meeting: March 14, 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the Halethorpe Community Center, 1900 Northeast Ave, Baltimore MD 21227
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