Category Archives: Survey

Carbondale’s Parks Trails & Recreation Survey

The Town of Carbondale needs your input and wants to know what is important to you when it comes to the community’s parks, recreation programs and trails. By completing the survey, you will play a role in shaping future efforts over the next 10 years. 

Carbondale appreciates your time in completing this survey, and in return, would like to thank you with a FREE 1-DAY PASS to the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center upon completion of the survey.  Survey will be available Sept. 26 – Oct. 19.

Help spread the work by printing and posting this pdf for your shop or business:
Carbondale_PRT_Survey_2014

Example of a Concept Trails Plan

Glenwood Springs Trails

Public feedback to aid in creation of a Concept Trails Plan for the Glenwood Springs area is requested from riders, and other soft surface trail users.

Please take a few minutes to complete this online Glenwood Springs Trails Survey hosted by SurveyMonkey.

If you’re available, please join us for an IMBA Model Trails Presentation +  introduction to Glenwood Springs Area Concept Trails Planning.  Join us at the Glenwood Springs Community Center, 7pm, Weds. October 8th. This presentation will help inform the local community about the economic and tourism benefits of trails and mountain biking, and build support for future area trail projects.

An example of a Concept Trails Plan from Pocohontas State Park is shown above.  This is the first step in a multi-year process that will include detailed trail planning, trail improvements projects, and new trail construction. If you are a trail user, a local business owner, a community leader, or a mountain biker, please stay involved and learn what great trails can do for Glenwood Springs!

The Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association , Two Rivers Trails, and  the City of Glenwood Springs Parks & Trails Department, have engaged the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)’s Trail Solutions to create this Concept Trails Plan with the intention of further collaborating with Garfield County, the White River National Forest & the Bureau of Land Management on future trail system improvements in the Glenwood Springs Area.

Help spread the word, and print out this Event Poster for your shop or business!
GWS Trail Planning Poster 10-1-14