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Comment on the Draft Florida Greenways and Trails 5-Year Plan

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The DRAFT of the 2018-2022 plan is open for public comment.  Please help us plan for the future of Florida’s greenways and trails. Your comments are very important to us.

Click here to review the latest draft of the Florida Greenways and Trails 5-Year Plan.  Public input regarding the DRAFT plan will be accepted until August 31, 2018. Please forward to anyone you feel would be of benefit to this plan. Send comments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The FGTS Plan establishes the vision for implementing a connected statewide system of greenways and trails for recreation, conservation, transportation choices, healthy lifestyles, a vibrant economy and a high quality of life. The original FGTS Plan was completed in 1998 and adopted by the Florida Legislature in 1999, laying the groundwork for many programs, projects and initiatives that exist today. The updated FGTS Plan and maps will guide implementation of the connected statewide trail system from 2018 through 2022.

DRAFT 2018-2022 Florida Greenways and Trails Five Year Plan

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