We are working in partnership with the cities of St. Charles and St. Peters to plan the next segment of the Centennial Greenway in St. Charles County. The goal of this project is to extend the existing greenway (Katy Trail to Heritage Museum plus a .7 mile walking /biking connection over highways 364 and 94) from its current endpoint at Old Highway 94 to Schaefer Park. This extension will also set the stage for future greenway connections that will make 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 as well as schools, parks and neighborhoods along the way.
In 2019 and 2020, community members weighed in on proposed routes and amenities for the greenway. The plans call for the greenway to be built in two segments parallel to the north side of Old Highway 94. The first will be from Christy Drive to the Oakleigh Park subdivision and the second from Hackman Rd. to Schaeffer Park. These two segments will be connected via a new paved trail that was constructed around the Oakleigh Park subdivision.
Design work will continue in 2020 with construction slated for 2021-2022. We will also be adding wayfinding signs along the planned Centennial Greenway project that is being constructed by the City of St. Peters which extends from Hackmann Road to Spencer Creek Trail adjacent to Harvester Church of the Nazarene.
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