Glen Arbor Township hosted a public open house on the evening of August 19. Township officials and project partners shared information on a proposed M-22 connector route for the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail.
The Township is now seeking public input as part of the preliminary design process for the proposed Glen Arbor connector trail between S Forest Haven Dr and the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, where it connects to the Homestead off of Westman Road.
Help inform Glen Arbor Township’s planning and design process by sharing your input via this survey before September 3, 2021. Hard copies are available at the Township offices at 6394 W Western Ave, Glen Arbor, MI 49636. To view the segment maps, please click on the links below.
S Forest Haven Dr to M-109
M-109 to Egeler Rd
Egeler Rd to Overbrook Dr
Overbrook Dr to Homestead
Please visit the Township website for additional information.
Glen Arbor Township will be hosting a public open house on the evening of August 19, 2021 from 7:00 – 8:30 PM to share information and gather community input on a proposed M-22 connector route for the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail. The community event is part of the preliminary design process for the proposed Glen Arbor connector trail between S Forest Haven Dr and the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail where it connects to the Homestead off of Westman Road.
Residents are encouraged to attend to learn about the preliminary design process from project partners and design consultants and provide input on the draft routing. The open house will be held on Thursday, August 19, 2021 from 7:00-8:30 PM at the Glen Arbor Township Hall, 6394 W. Western Ave, Glen Arbor, MI 49636.
In late 2019, preliminary design for the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail from County Road 669 to Good Harbor Trail wrapped up and a route was recommended and approved by Cleveland and Centerville Townships. This 5-mile section will highlight the best this region has to offer – the natural beauty and rich culture of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. It will feature a paved trail and boardwalk pathway separated from the roadway, promoting safe access for all ages and abilities. Engineering is expected to kick off in 2020. We’re grateful to the study group that spent more than a year working through the design and the leadership of Cleveland Township and excited to get to work on the next leg north! For details on the preliminary design process, including the final presentation by the design engineers and a map of the recommended alignment, please visit the project website here.
We are excited to present the TART Trails Benefits Study! The study shows that trails create a sense of community, add an extra layer of tourism, support a health conscious atmosphere year-round, and extend the seasonality of many businesses, among many other benefits. Check it out here!
Congrats to the Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes on the launch of their book: The Life of the Sleeping Bear.
This new book celebrates the world-famous Sleeping Bear Dunes area—it’s land and people—from prehistoric to modern times. It has been produced by The Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes. All profits will support projects in the National Lakeshore. To order a copy or learn more, click here. You can also find it at The Bookstore in Frankfort, the Cottage Book Shop in Glen Arbor, Bay Books in Suttons Bay, and Leelanau Books in Leland too!