Norval - Upper Canada College Trail

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The Town of Halton Hills in partnership with Upper Canada College (UCC) is soliciting input on whether there is interest in constructing a trail around the new Enclaves of Upper Canada Subdivision.

This trail would be on private UCC property but open for public access. The trail would be 1.2 km long, extending from HWY 7 in the east to McFarlane Drive and the storm water management pond on Armstrong Ave to the west. The trail would form some important off-road linkages in the Town’s trail system as well as the future Credit Valley Trail network.

The Town of Halton Hills in partnership with Upper Canada College (UCC) is soliciting input on whether there is interest in constructing a trail around the new Enclaves of Upper Canada Subdivision.

This trail would be on private UCC property but open for public access. The trail would be 1.2 km long, extending from HWY 7 in the east to McFarlane Drive and the storm water management pond on Armstrong Ave to the west. The trail would form some important off-road linkages in the Town’s trail system as well as the future Credit Valley Trail network.

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    Based on the information provided, please let us know your opinion/ feedback on the following:

    1. How often do you plan on using this trail?

    2. Is a connection to Armstrong Avenue and Willow Park important to you?

    3. What benefits does this initiative bring to the Norval?

    4. Do you envision any concerns or challenges? 

    5. Would you like to participate in a Norval Project Steering Committee?  If you are interested in participating please contact Heather Kaufmann at hkaufmann@haltonhills.ca



    Based on the information provided, please let us know your opinion/ feedback on the following:

    1. How often do you plan on using this trail?

    2. Is a connection to Armstrong Avenue and Willow Park important to you?

    3. What benefits does this initiative bring to the Norval?

    4. Do you envision any concerns or challenges? 

    5. Would you like to participate in a Norval Project Steering Committee?  If you are interested in participating please contact Heather Kaufmann at hkaufmann@haltonhills.ca