The Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (WMPO) is partnering with the North Carolina Department of Transportation Integrated Mobility Division (NCDOT IMD) to conduct a feasibility study for the Gullah Geechee Trail in Brunswick County. The purpose of this study is to provide a recommended alternative for the corridor.
The limits of the feasibility study are from Phoenix Park in Navassa to Brunswick Nature Park on the south end, for a total length of approximately 14 miles. Key routes along the corridor are Cedar Hill Road, Navassa Road, Village Road, and NC 133/River Road. The greenway is part of a larger planned series of greenways, trails, parks, and historical sites extending from Jacksonville, North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida.
Upcoming Public Input Opportunities
Navassa Community Center – Thursday, March 14th, from 4 PM to 7 PM. 338 Main Street Navassa, NC 28451.
Easter Egg Hunt at Belville River Walk Park – Saturday, March 23 from 9AM to 12 PM. 580 River Rd SE, Belville, NC 28451.
Leland Town Hall – Tuesday, March 26 from 4 PM to 7 PM. 102 Town Hall Dr, Leland, NC 28451.
We are seeking input to inform identify preferences for the alignment (routing) of the shared use path that will connect Phoenix Park to the Brunswick Nature Park. Key routes along the corridor are Cedar Hill Road, Navassa Road, Village Road, and NC 133/River Road.
Stay tuned for a link to the survey, which will be open in Spring 2024.
Thank you for your input! We greatly appreciate your feedback.
Phase 2 of public outreach for the development of the Gullah Geechee Heritage Trail Feasibility Study will take place in Spring 2024. Members of the public can provide input through an online survey, or attend public meetings to provide feedback.
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