Here is the projects schedule, which dates back to the start of the project in 1990 and showing the projects scheduled completion time. As you will read it has taken alot of time, planning and hard work to bring this project together.
July - Installation of three fitness stations
July - The 22nd was the BBQ and Dedication with the compleation of the walk.
October- The Riverwalk opens up for the public on October 20th for photos click link to right.
September - Construction of Riverwalk expected to be complete.
July - Construction bid process started and awarded.
June - Design specification refined and prepared for bid process
April - primary trail access constructed as city sewer line was built.
December - Authorization to proceed with bidding by CTEP
November - Final plans and specs submitted for review
October - Comments received back from CTEP and county
September - First draft of plans and specs submitted to CTEP, county and permitting agencies for reviewd
July - Topo and Base map completed
June - Path location finalized
May - Riverwalk Park BBQ and Fund Raiser held at Historical Village
February - TD & H Engineering selected as design firm for the park
October - CTEP grant is approved for $202,000
August - Riverwalk Park booth set-up at County Fair to promote and advertise park
April - Tours provided at Eureka Rendezvous Days
March - CTEP grant submitted to state
February - Tobacco Valley News runs article outlining park project
January - Public meeting held to solicit input on park project
December- Project cost estimate started for CTEP grant
October - Name "Riverwalk" given to the park and work is started on getting grant money to fund park creation
Summer - Committee formed to start developing the park and walking path. Contact made with Lincoln Electric and InterBel Telephone (the land owners) to discuss the park idea.
June- Initial map created of park and trail concept created
Spring - Doc Ivy and Buck tour land and outline first basic path locations and direction to take
Summer - Doc Ivy and Buck Schermerhorn re-kindle and discuss the park idea over a game of horseshoes at Roo's lot on Glen Lake.
Summer - Andy Ivy (Doc Ivy) first introduces the idea of a walking path and park, making presentations to the land owners (Lincoln Electric and InterBel Telephone).

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