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Economic Development – Springdale Corridor-Main St. Project

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The City of Holyoke is working in partnership with Nitsch Engineering to design the Springdale Corridor-Main Street Project.

The Springdale Corridor-Main Street Project (formerly announced as the CT River Pathway) will provide a safe and innovative shared-used path for residents and visitors by connecting Route 5 to Springdale Park. Alongside this proposed project location, there are destinations such as a boathouse, a unique municipal facility operated by Holyoke Rows, a non-profit serving the community access to physical activities in the CT river, an urban farm, two public schools; Holyoke High South/Dean Campus and Holyoke STEM Academy which both use playing fields located next to the proposed project location. This project compliments the ongoing plan for Rehabilitation of Route 5 from MassDOT, project number 604209, by expanding on the shared-used pathway planned on the eastern side of Main Street. This project will be fundamental foundation for a network of trails that will enhance the experiences and destinations for all, including access to recreational spaces and ongoing place-making efforts on Main Street.

Click here to view the presentation that was given at the VIRTUAL PUBLIC FORUM held on Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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FEEL FREE TO LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS IN OUR ONLINE SURVEY!

Spanish version: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/SpringdaleCorrMainStESP

English version: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SpringdaleCorrMainSt

This project is made possible by a MassTrails Grant Program from the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)

Continue to check back on this page for updates about how you can get involved in the process. For further information, please contact  Cynthia Espinosa, Senior Project Manager, 413-322-5655 or espinosac@holyoke.org  

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