Greenway bridge replacement in Lilburn won’t stop walkers, bikers

The Camp Creek Greenway in Lilburn is being prepped for replacement of the 988-foot bridge on the west side of Main Street headed toward Lions Club Park. GeoHydro has been conducting soil borings at different locations in the area of the boardwalk replacement. No disruption of pedestrian/bike travel on the greenway is expected at this time. Bridge construction will begin in 2018, with a completion date to be determined.

Camp Creek Greenway is a 4.2-mile multi-use trail originating in Lilburn City Park. The greenway is constructed of sidewalk and boardwalk and features the first precast concrete bridge in Georgia. The first phase of the trail was built in 2007 alongside Camp Creek, and subsequent phases have extended its reach to Killian Hill Road and Lions Club Park. In 2014, the greenway was dedicated as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat.

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