The goal of this project is to extend the existing Centennial Greenway: Katy Trail to Heritage Museum in St. Charles County to Schaefer Park and the new paved walking and biking path on McClay Rd. that connects to the Spencer Creek Trail. This will make it it possible to walk or ride a bike on dedicated walking and biking paths all the way from the St. Peters Rec-Plex to the Katy Trail.
The Centennial Greenway in St. Charles currently extends from the Katy Trail to St. Charles Heritage Museum with a spur over Highways 364 and 94 to Christy Drive and Old Highway 94. This project will be built parallel to the north side of Old Highway 94.
- Great Rivers Greenway
- City of St. Charles
- City of St. Peters
While this project consists of only two new greenway segments—less than a mile in total—these two connections are powerful! Together, they will extend the greenway and link existing trails so you can walk or ride bikes on dedicated walking and biking paths all the way from the St. Peters Rec-Plex to the Katy Trail (via Hemsath Road) as well as other parks, neighborhoods, libraries, schools and businesses along the way. Construction on the project is wrapping up now!
The Centennial Greenway currently stretches from the Katy Trail (via Hemsath Road to S. River Rd/Arena Parkway), the St. Charles Heritage Museum and north over Highways 364 and 94 to Old Highway 94 near Muegge Rd. Construction to extend the greenway has been underway in two locations; a .16 mile section along Old Highway 94 from Christy Ave. to the paved trail on Hackmann Rd (adjacent to Oakley Park) and a .22 mile section along Old Highway 94 from Hackmann Road to Schaefer Park. We’ve also added wayfinding signage to the paved trail along McClay road to the Spencer Creek Trail recently completed by the City of St. Peters.
Current Status: This project is finished!
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