Trails Committee Mission
- to provide education, to promote, monitor, protect, preserve, and maintain the usability and safety of the trails in Parkview Hills.
- the trails were developed by Parkview Hills so that residents could enjoy the many natural areas of our community
A trail is an obstacle-free groomed community path approximately 3 to 8-feet wide
• includes: appropriate materials for walkable groomed paths, P-H South bridge, natural feature signs, trash bins, doggie bags, invasive plants growing in the path, and the promotion of education materials of natural areas
• excludes: Monet Bridge, volleyball court, boat parks, beach, invasive plants not growing in the path, infrastructure needs…
Trails Committee Scope of Responsibilities
Proactive management includes, but is not limited, to:
• planned assessment of defined community trails
• objective and data-based decisions
• coordination with Natural Areas Stewardship Committee to avoid unintended consequences of actions
• provide the Board with researched solutions and estimated costs of repairs and highlight near and long-term management needs, e.g., benches, natural features signs, persistent trail damage due to infrastructure (e.g., catchment basins)
• development of educational materials of natural features along the trails
• visual signs indicating trails
Trails Committee Members
Bonnie Alkema, Caren Braymer, Marjory Dietz, Gary Dietz, John Esch, Chairperson, Sheryl Hinsdale, Rick Holcomb, Celeste Jones, Chris Roberts
Trail Map and Descriptions
Until this year, we only had three trails that were named “A,” “B,” and “C.” We have given A, B, and C proper names. Find out how the trails got their new names and where they are. In the future, we are planning to have signs for each trail.
MI INVASIVES: Have you ever walked on the trail and wondered what’s that plant? Is that an invasive plant? Wonder no more.
Put the PDFs into your smart phone ebook app. You’ll learn something as you are having a pleasant walk on the trails.