Millennium Recreational Trail - Section 2

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The City of Niagara Falls is excited to be moving forward with the design and development of the final section of the Millennium Recreational Trail - Section 2 (south of McLeod Road following the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Canal Corridor). Completion of this section will effectively connect the south end of the City to the north end of the City utilizing this recreational trail route, along the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Canal Corridor.

The completion of the Millennium Recreation Trail is a City Council Strategic Priority. The first section of the Millennium Trail (Section 1 - the John McCall MacBain Pathway) was constructed in 2001, from McLeod Road at Oakwood Drive north to Lundy’s Lane. Through the past 20 years other sections of the Millennium Trail were constructed, and the trail gradually connected section by section. Section 2 is the last and final section of the Millennium Trail Masterplan to be completed.

Trail construction is expected to commence late Summer 2021, subject to funding approval.

We want to hear from you!

Take some time to explore the project page, and learn more about the history of the Millennium Trail and this final section. Send the project team any feedback or concerns you may have, under the "Questions and Comments" tab, located below.

Comments will be received until April 23, 2021.

Update to Frequently Asked Questions

You asked, we listened. The project team has compiled a list of questions that have been frequently asked about Section 2 of the Millennium Recreational Trail. All questions and answers have been added to the FAQ section of this page. For easy access, we've highlighted the new additions below:

CONCEPT PLAN A: Millennium Recreational Trail Section 2

CONCEPT PLAN B: Millennium Recreational Trail Section 2

The City of Niagara Falls is excited to be moving forward with the design and development of the final section of the Millennium Recreational Trail - Section 2 (south of McLeod Road following the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Canal Corridor). Completion of this section will effectively connect the south end of the City to the north end of the City utilizing this recreational trail route, along the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Canal Corridor.

The completion of the Millennium Recreation Trail is a City Council Strategic Priority. The first section of the Millennium Trail (Section 1 - the John McCall MacBain Pathway) was constructed in 2001, from McLeod Road at Oakwood Drive north to Lundy’s Lane. Through the past 20 years other sections of the Millennium Trail were constructed, and the trail gradually connected section by section. Section 2 is the last and final section of the Millennium Trail Masterplan to be completed.

Trail construction is expected to commence late Summer 2021, subject to funding approval.

We want to hear from you!

Take some time to explore the project page, and learn more about the history of the Millennium Trail and this final section. Send the project team any feedback or concerns you may have, under the "Questions and Comments" tab, located below.

Comments will be received until April 23, 2021.

Update to Frequently Asked Questions

You asked, we listened. The project team has compiled a list of questions that have been frequently asked about Section 2 of the Millennium Recreational Trail. All questions and answers have been added to the FAQ section of this page. For easy access, we've highlighted the new additions below:

CONCEPT PLAN A: Millennium Recreational Trail Section 2

CONCEPT PLAN B: Millennium Recreational Trail Section 2

Comments and Questions

Do you have a question or comment you'd like to share with the project team? We'd love to hear from you! Please use this dialogue box to send in your comments, and a staff member will be in touch. Thank you for taking the time to learn about this exciting recreational development. Comments will be received until April 23, 2021.

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