DUNWOODY — Despite strong opposition from residents, Dunwoody city officials are moving forward with a plan to build multi-use trail and anticipates at Brook Run Park.
On-site work is expected to begin this month.
Phase one of the multi-use trail is three-quarters of a mile long and will be part of a larger 3.3 mile long trail network. The trail is designed as both a recreational amenity and to promote connectivity between city parks, neighborhoods, and area businesses.
The City recently conducted a pre-construction trail assessment along with the general contractor, including a site walk-through and field adjustment as a key component of the final trail design. The assessment is a final step prior to constriction normally performed after surveying and before site alterations.
Several trail updates and enhancements were established as a result of the final trail walk through.