Enhancing Forest Access

One of the many things that makes our neighborhood dynamic and unique is our wide public rights-of-ways and the growing diversity of sheltering and alluring life within them. So, we work with neighbors to remove barriers and enhance access for pedestrians of all ages along these public paths throughout our neighborhood. This way our neighborhood forest is inviting to all. See here for more examples.

Public path access made difficult by unpruned overgrowth.
Photo: Brad Lancaster
Welcoming public access regained after pruning to maintain the city’s requirement of minimum 5-foot wide and 7-foot tall clearance for public pathways.
Photo: Brad Lancaster

See below for the 2014…Dunbar Spring Neighborhood Walkability study Final Report2Download

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