You’re Invited! Del Rio Trail Public Meeting March 22, 6 p.m.

Calling all neighbors, cyclists, walkers, runners and trail goers! Join the City of Sacramento Department of Public Works to learn about the Del Rio Trail and share your input.

The Del Rio Trail Project, Public Meeting
Wednesday, March 22, from 5-7 p.m.
Presentation at 6 p.m.
Pony Express Elementary School
1250 56th Avenue

The Del Rio Trail is an inner-city trail that will allow cyclists, pedestrians, runners, and dog walkers to travel for miles to access schools, parks, retail centers, and jobs. It provides the potential for recreation amenities and will serve as an alternative commute route for people to bike to work rather than drive on freeways and boulevards.

The 4.5-mile trail will run south through the Land Park, South Land Park, Freeport Manor, Z’Berg, Pocket and Meadowview neighborhoods between Interstate 5 and Freeport Boulevard.

This project, along with other projects the City is advancing, is part of the City’s goal to provide more opportunities for Sacramentans to be active and healthy while also protecting our environment.