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Greenbelt Pathway Closed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: February 27, 2017
Contact: Jan Johns, Executive Director
Greenbelt Pathway Closed on Plantation Island
BOISE (February 27, 2017) – With the Boise River flowing above 5,890 cfs,, erosion of the bank of the river has closed another portion of the Boise River Greenbelt. The Greenbelt Pathway near the bridges between Plantation and Expo Idaho have been closed for public safety reasons. This closed pathway lies between Glenwood Street and Veteran’s Memorial Parkway, but the closure does not affect this entire section of Greenbelt. Identified detours for through users will be in place by Tuesday February 28th. This small portion of the Greenbelt on Plantation Island is owned by the Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands. In consultation with Ada County and City of Boise, the bridges and pathway have been closed, effective immediately.
Photo Attached: Plantation Greenbelt Detour
For more information about Boise River flow, click here