Open House Recap
The Smithbridge Corridor & Garnet Valley Greenway Trail Projects
On October 13th, Concord Township held an Open-Air Open House giving the opportunity for Township residents to learn about, ask questions, and provide feedback for The Garnet Valley Greenway Feasibility Study and the Smithbridge Road Corridor Improvement Project.
The Garnet Valley Greenway stretches 5.75 miles traversing north to south within the Township. The trail was identified in the Township-wide Open Space and Greenways Study that was completed in 2015. The trail would potentially connect to the Octoraro Trail, Concord Township Park and Delaware County’s Clayton Park. Funding for the Feasibility Study is provided by Concord Township, Delaware County and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Click Here to see The Garnet Valley Greenway exhibits.
The Smithbridge Road Project includes new a turning lane to Garnet Valley High School, a trail from the High School entrance to Kirk/Temple Roads and the replacement of the traffic signal at Smithbridge/Temple/Kirk Road intersection with a roundabout. The Smithbridge Road project is funded by Concord Township, Garnet Valley School District, PENNDOT and DVRPC.
Click Here to see the Smithbridge Road project exhibits.
Please contact Township Manager Amanda Serock at email@example.com or 610-459-8911 with any questions.