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Fort Wayne Trails will act as a community partner and advocate in the development of a connected, multi-purpose system of trails in Allen County.


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New Survey about the Trail System

Posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2018

For Immediate Release:
Contact Kent Castleman, Fort Wayne Trails
New Survey Seeks Community Input about
Fort Wayne-Allen County Trail System

What: Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. Community Input Survey
Where: http://bit.ly/2DogYQf
When: March 13 to April 8, 2018

Fort Wayne, March 13, 2018:   Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. is seeking input about trail system development in Allen County. Both non-users and trail-users are invited to participate. Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. is a nonprofit partner and advocate for trails and acts in cooperation, but separate from, the City of Fort Wayne, Allen County, City of New Haven, Huntertown, Leo-Cedarville, Grabill, Woodburn, Monroeville, and any other municipality. The trails that exist are owned, maintained and operated by the municipality in which it is built. Fort Wayne Trails does fund-raise for trail development and contributes to projects, but the largest investment is made through local and federal tax dollars from municipal partners.

By completing this survey, citizens will be assisting Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. identify ways that they can partner with local municipalities to improve the system. However, They cannot guarantee that changes or fixes identified will be implemented, as this is ultimately up to each municipality to manage. Fort Wayne Trails, Inc. will advocate on behalf of all in our community to make sure the trail user experience is the best it can be within our overall system.

The responses to the questions are confidential and does not ask for personal contact information within the survey. All responses will be shared with municipal partners in an aggregate data report.

This survey will be open until April 8, 2018.

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