Metro and the city of Portland have completed a study of possible trail routes that will connect nearby parks, neighborhoods and workplaces to Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area in North Portland.
Metro and the City of Portland, in collaboration with a technical working group, have completed a study of trail routes to connect nearby parks, neighborhoods, workplaces and regional trails to Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area in North Portland.
The study examines the pros and cons associated with potential trail alignments and design features that aim to enhance visitor experience while protecting valuable fish and wildlife habitat.
Download a PDF of the Smith and Bybee Wetlands trail feasibility study (draft) below. A limited number of printed copies of the draft study are available on a "first-come, first-served" basis at Metro Regional Center. Interested persons also can request a copy of the study on CD. To arrange pick-up or mailing of the printed study or a CD, call 503-797-1870. Printed copies of the draft study also are available to review at the Central, St. Johns, Gresham and Capitol Hill libraries and at Metro Regional Center.
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