A six-year Centennial Trail Maintenance Plan was finalized in January, 2016, and identified six major maintenance projects that were completed the next year:
- Repair Project 1: Milepost .86 to 1.17 – Crack seal concrete panels.
- Repair Project 2: Milepost 3.6 to 5.6 – Repair corrugations and bulges.
- Repair Project 3: Milepost 6.8 to 9.8 – Repair tree root damage, eliminate debris/rock washouts onto trail, etc.
- Repair Project 4: Milepost 10.6 to 12.7 – Repair bulges, humps and tree root damage on the trail. Joint fill on Denny Ashlock Bridge. Eliminate rocks washing onto trail.
- Repair Project 5: Milepost 16.8 to 20.1 – Repair corrugations, waves and humps on separated trail portions.
- Repair Project 6: Milepost 29.1 to 31.9 – Repair large surface gaps in the trail from previous failed crack repair project.
The Centennial Trail is now ready for a new 1.5″ asphalt overlay; we just need funding!
Collaboration and cooperation made this much-needed maintenance project a reality. Our thanks to the Centennial Trail Coordinating Council for establishing the Centennial Trail Maintenance Fund.