Connecting Footpaths – Snake Valley

  • Project typeNew footpaths or sealing of footpaths
  • Project value$150,000
  • Project scheduleThe path to Carngham Recreation Reserve has been completed; the second path is yet to go to tender.
  • Contractor nameFulton Hogan build the path to Carngham Recreation Reserve
  • Completion Date30 June 2021
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This project is designed to improve pedestrian access in Snake Valley through the construction or upgrading of footpaths. The first footpath, which has already been built and surfaced with bitumen, is the longer of the two, and begins at the intersection of the Linton-Carngham Rd and Snake Valley-Chepstowe Rd, running along the latter until it terminates at the Carngham Recreation Reserve. The second path, which will be upgraded with a bitumen surface, goes from the Snake Valley CFA and heads south along Linton-Carngham Rd, finishing near Coates Rd.

One of the objectives of the Snake Valley Community Action Plan for Carngham Recreation Reserve was to improve pedestrian and cycling access from the centre of town to the reserve, the construction of this path fulfils that aim. 

This project was funded as part of the Federal Government’s $2 million Drought Communities Programme.

 

Location

73 Snake Valley-Chepstowe Rd, Snake Valley 3351  View Map

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