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Alameda Drain-2nd Street NW Trail

A multi-purpose trail was proposed for the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Alameda Drain-2nd Street Corridor. This project is being led by the county’s Public Works Division in collaboration with the the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District (MRGCD), Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) and the City of Albuquerque. It will include a paved, multi-purpose trail along one side of the drain and, potentially, a soft-surface trail in some sections. Preservation of the vehicular right-of-way and access along the ditch for the MRGCD and other agency maintenance use will be required. Depending on the availability of resources, pocket-park elements such as benches, landscaped areas, shade structures, picnic areas, community garden spaces and fenced areas for dog park use may be included along the trail corridor in appropriate locations. A memorandum of understanding was signed between the county, MRGCD, AMAFCA and the city, and master planning and design is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2015. A proposed future project would involve supplementing existing east-west trail and bikeway facilities along the corridor with additional bike lanes and/or paved, multi- purpose trail spurs to connect to county facilities such as the Edward G. Sandoval North Valley Little League Park, Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center, La Ladera Park and the proposed Mid-Valley Recreation Complex.

Status: Design

Estimated Completion: Summer of 2018


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