Learn more about this beautiful area, provide your input and help shape the future of the NTSA as an equestrian, hiker, environmentalist or simply as a citizen of Boulder County on the North Trail Study Area. This content was reposted from an e-newsletter by:
City of Boulder Open Space & Mountain Parks
Environmental Planner , Open Space and Mountain Parks
Starting in April, the City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will kick off its development of the North Trail Study Area (TSA) Plan with a series of public workshops and online opportunities to gather input from the community.
This plan seeks to improve visitor experiences and increase the sustainability of recreational amenities on OSMP’s northern lands while also conserving the area’s diverse natural, cultural and agricultural resources. It will include recommendations to modify and enhance the miles of trails on OSMP lands north of Linden Avenue and the Diagonal Highway.
The North Trail Study Area Plan may include proposals for trail reroutes, and special resource and activity management measures. It will also direct how OSMP will manage undesignated trails – which may lead to the restoration of visitor-created paths that are not sustainable or are not compatible with conservation goals for other resources.
OSMP needs your input to identify priorities for this plan and to help us shape it. We encourage you to learn more about this plan by signing up for email updates or by visiting NorthTSA.org in the coming weeks and months.
For more information watch the following video: