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The City of Orange Unveils the Santiago Creek Bike Trail

Bikers in the City of Orange are in for a treat as the long awaited Santiago Creek Bike Trail - Tustin Avenue at La Veta Avenue to Collins Avenue to Wanda Road segment - opens to the public on December 22, 2011.

The Santiago Creek Bike Trail is two miles of paved, off-road, adventure along the beautiful Santiago Creek waterway. Bicyclists, joggers, and nature lovers will enjoy views of the creek’s native vegetation and natural habitat. The trail also includes newly installed pedestrian bridges, one at Grijalva Park and one at Yorba Park. The Santiago Creek Bike Trail also provides links to three City of Orange Parks; Grijalva, Yorba, and Hart Parks, which provide ample parking and easy access to the trail.

Construction of this segment of the Santiago Creek Bike Trail was funded mainly by three Federal and State grants, along with City Park Acquisition and Development Fees.

The Santiago Creek Bike Trail is open to the public from dawn until dusk, 365 days a year.

For More information, please contact Bonnie Hagan, Assistant Community Services Director at (714) 412-8092 or visit the City of Orange website at CityOfOrange.org.

Press release provided by the City of Orange on Dec 22, 2011

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