Milton’s Birmingham Park has had its 3.3 miles of trails recently rehabilitated for walkers and horseback riders. CITY OF MILTON via Facebook

Milton completes park trail rehab project

The walking and horseback riding trails at Birmingham Park are now “wider, safer and more accessible than ever” with the recent completion of a trail rehab project by the Milton Public Works Department, the city announced.

Ashford Gardeners Inc., a Milton-based professional landscaping company, completed the project in time for the Memorial Day holiday. Ashford worked under a contract with the city, following recommendations by the city’s Equestrian Committee, according to a posting to Milton’s Facebook page.

Birmingham Park,with 3.3 miles of wooded trails, is one of the city’s “passive” green spaces, publicly owned areas free from development. “Especially with the weather warming up, the shade and trails a great place for safe, social-distanced exercise,” the city said. Information: https://bit.ly/2X5QKPy

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