Great Rivers Greenway has joined the City of Brentwood to plan, design and construct a connection between the Deer Creek Greenway and Brentwood’s Norm West Park and Rogers Parkway. This project is a part of city’s $80 million Brentwood Bound storm water mitigation plan for the Deer Creek flood plain and will incorporate numerous water quality, stream bank, restoration and open space features, as well as an underpass below Manchester Road for a seamless connection for people walking and biking.
The Deer Creek connector will create a greenway link from the intersection of Marshall Road and Brentwood Boulevard and will extend ¾ miles north to the city’s Rogers Parkway trail and another 1/2 mile east along Deer Creek toward the intersection of Hanley and Manchester Roads, near the Maplewood MetroLink Station.
- The greenway is a partnership between Great Rivers Greenway and the City of Brentwood
- The Brentwood Bound Project is a partnership between Brentwood, MoDOT, MSD and St. Louis County
Design for the greenway is underway. Construction is anticipated to begin in mid-2021 and will be complete in 2022.