Announcement regarding septa wawa construction near lenni road
The Chester Creek Trail will remain open for use. However, the trail will not be accessible from Lenni Road. Lungren Road will be the closest trail access point during the Lenni Road grade crossing construction. Trail users are reminded
that no parking is allowed on the SEPTA owned property on Lenni Road – this is for public safety and the safety of crews working in and around the area. SEPTA Police will be monitoring the area and ticketing cars, if necessary. More information about this project can be found here:
2018 Annual meeting The Chester Creek Trail Annual Meeting was held on Monday, August 6 at 7 pm in the Aston Community Center, 3270 Concord Road (meeting room next to the library). Minutes can be found here: FOCCB August 6 2018 Annual Board Meeting Minutes REVISION
Sarah Clarke Stewart, Executive Director of the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia was our featured speaker, and discussed regional trail-building efforts and the Circuit Coalition. The meeting also included a yearly update, financial report, election of board members, and time for questions.
Our annual report and proxy ballot can be found here: 2018-FOCCB-Annual-Report-Final-Version-for website
In memory of our founder
Thank you for your support
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Video of the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony held on April 8, 2017:
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Thanks to all who were able to attend the ribbon cutting on Saturday, April 8! You and Other supporters made this possible.
The Chester Creek Trail is proud member of the Circuit Coalition! Learn more about our efforts to build a 750-mile trail network in the region at http://www.circuittrails.org/. #onthecircuit
After over twenty long years of feasibility studies, grant-writing, and securing of approvals, our community now has the first 2.8 mile phase of a beautiful paved trail that we can enjoy for cycling, running, and strolling. Construction is now essentially complete of Phase I (2.8 miles). Engineering design work is underway on Phase II of the project.
We need your help. Please “like” us on Facebook, share the news about the trail’s progress, join us at upcoming volunteer events, and support your trail financially. While federal, state, and foundation money is often available for design and construction, Friends of Chester Creek will continue to assist with maintenance and other administrative costs. For example, in 2014, we incurred over $13,000 in engineering and legal bills during the final approval phases, and there are no grants available for these kinds of expenses.