2018 Community Grants

Kingfield Trailbuilders ($3,025)

Goals: 1) Design and develop signage to clearly identify non-motorized trails, connections between trail systems as well as intersections with existing snowmobile and ATV trails. 2) Shared bike lane markings to navigate connections between trails and the most congested areas of town. 3) Bike racks installed at strategic locations around town. Current status: projects completed as of 2020.

Community Grant Video Series- Kingfield Trailbuilders

Bethel ($3,250)

Goal: Build 1.5 miles of new single and double track mountain bike trails at Crescent Park School.

Skowhegan ($10,000)

Goal: Expand Run of River whitewater park to include four-season, non-motorized recreational trail network on 300 acres in the heart of town for biking, hiking, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and more. Current status: as of 2020, ground broken on trailhead construction, area cleaned and filled, and gravel section from Willett St. to the Philbrick Trails network completed, awaiting safer conditions to continue in light of the pandemic.