Summit County completes rec path repairs |

Summit County completes rec path repairs


SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Government recently completed asphalt repairs to portions of the recreational pathway system near Frisco. The Miner’s Creek pathway spur and the west end of Temple Trail in Bill’s Ranch both received two-inch thick asphalt overlays and shoulder work. The repairs are part of Summit County’s 20-year maintenance schedule for the rec path system.”This work was critical to protect the rec path facility and provide a smoother ride for cyclists and other pathway users,” said Scott Reid, Open Space and Trails Resource Specialist. “We thank the area homeowners and rec path users for their patience during these repairs.”Additional repairs are scheduled later in the summer for the east end of Temple Trail in Bill’s Ranch and along the Dillon Dam Road pathway.

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