The Wilton Center Loop will create an environmentally responsible trail system providing healthy recreational opportunities as well as connect businesses, schools and public parks, conservation land and even Metro North stations in a cohesive trail system.
The West side of the Wilton Center Loop will run roughly from Wolfpit Road to Allen’s Meadows, utilizing town lands and right of ways and incorporating the existing segment connecting School Road with Merwin Meadows and town center.
The East side of the Loop will extend from the intersection of Route 106 (Wolfpit Road) and Route 7 and extend north to Cannondale Crossing and rail station. It will be routed almost exclusively on wooded Connecticut DOT land. The groundbreaking ceremony for the initial 1/2 mile section of trail should will be held on Thursday, November 7th at 11:00 AM, and will offer residents a vision of the completed trail. The balance of the East side of the Loop should be constructed in 2014.
The Wilton Center Loop will be completed as part of a public-private partnership. Funding will be provided by individuals, foundations, organizations, public grants, and local businesses and corporations. The Town of Wilton will complete portions of the trail as part of existing municipal projects, and the committee is accepting donations in the form of materials and labor from volunteers and local businesses.
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