Cherokee trails could link Woodstock neighborhoods

Cherokee County has approved hiring a consultant to look at tying together sidewalks and trails to serve neighborhoods in Woodstock’s Towne Lake area.

The Board of Commissioners recently approved spending $28,830 to have Moreland Altobelli Associates Inc. do a multi-use path “scoping” study and conceptual design.

The county currently is working on Towne Lake Pass, a multi-use path along Noonday Creek that will tie the trails at the Woodstock dog park to existing sidewalks along Towne Lake Hills South Drive near Woodstock Middle School and Woodstock High School.

The consultant will look at the feasibility and cost of connecting Towne Lake Pass to sidewalk systems throughout the Towne Lake area — specifically, in the Towne Lake Hills South, Parkside Lane, Parkbrooke Circle, and Towne Lake Parkway corridors.

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