The Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation announced the 2022 recipients for its Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant Program. Among its awards of almost $11 million were several projects that complete and improve segments of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail!
- Bountiful: $500,000 for its Trails Master Plan, including BST construction
- Alpine: $77,000 to build a short paved connector between Lambert Park and the Three Falls area
- Millcreek: $50,000 to build a 2 miles of BST on the face of Grandeur Peak, connecting Millcreek Canyon to Parley’s Canyon
- Layton: $150,000 to reconstruct the Adams Canyon Trailhead, an important access to the BST
- Cache County: $135,000 to build a trailhead at Deep Canyon, which will eventually provide access to the BST on the west side of the valley
- Orem/Lindon/Pleasant Grove: $51,000 for various trail improvements, including signing several miles of recently designated BST
- Weber County: $76,000 for reconstructing older sections of the BST to modern standards
- Springville: $5,000 for expanding a trail system at the mouth of Hobble Creek, including a recently-designated segment of the BST
This is on top of BST-related awards in 2021 to Fruit Heights, Cottonwood Heights, Lehi, and North Logan. Thank you UOR for your commitment to this important regional trail!