The Brandywine Creek Greenway app for Android users is now available for download from the Google Play store. This version is functionally identical to the Apple version that was released last month. The Conservancy plans to hold an online photo challenge to add some user engagement as well as fill in some gaps we currently have for certain parks/preserves, so keep your eyes out for that in the near future. If you have any questions or comments, email Michael Denlinger at email@example.com.
The Riverwalk Trail Park has helped beautify and revitalize a former industrial area in the City of Coatesville, Chester County. This urban oasis is approximately 1/4 mile long and threads beneath the historic Coatesville High Bridge, a stone arch railroad viaduct that crosses the West Branch Brandywine Creek. The park was constructed between 2010 and 2012 with funding from Chester County and the Pa Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
East-West Study Documents Online
East Brandywine Township, West Brandywine Township and Uwchlan Township have begun working on the East-West Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Plan with consultants McMahon Associates and Brandywine Conservancy. A community workshop was held on June 20th where residents were invited to provide comments and feedback on a range of options and approaches for a 9-mile corridor that would connect Hibernia County Park to the Struble Trail. The presentation and other exhibits are available to view online on the East-West Trail page of the Greenway website.