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Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail

Preliminary design efforts are underway to complete the 5-mile northernmost section of the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail from County Road 669/Bohemian Road to County Road 651/Good Harbor Bay. Public engagement is critical to the success of this project. Please reference the information below for opportunities to provide input and stay up-to-date.


Public Input

A comment form and map are available for you to share your input online here. Instructions on how to use the online application are available below. Please submit your comments by September 14, 2018. 

SBHT Online Public Input Application

Instructions for Online Input (PDF)

Hard copies of the comment card are also available for dowload here (PDF). Please submit your written comments to:

Networks Northwest
P.O. Box 506
Traverse City, MI 49685-0506


Public Open House:

On August 29, 2018, Cleveland Township hosted a Public Open House at the Cleveland Township Hall in Leelanau County to kick off the preliminary design process for the proposed section of Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail between CR 669 to CR 651.  The open house was an opportunity for the community to learn about the design process and provide input on the trail. Large maps were available for participants to identify concerns and opportunities related to the proposed trail corridor, and comment cards were distributed for additional input.

Open House Presentation 08/29/18 (PDF)
 

For questions, please contact:

Elizabeth Calcutt, Networks Northwest
elizabeth.calcutt@networksnorthwest.org
231-929-5000

Testimonial

Elise, Sarah and Elizabeth of Networks Northwest really made the Speak-Up Kalkaska Event successful, and we look forward to our continued partnership in completing the cooperative Master Plan Process.

Cash Cook, Kalkaska DDA Director