In a green effort to connect the communities in the tri-state area, The Northern Kentucky Trails Forum will be held February 23, 2016 from 4pm-6pm at The Newport on the Levee Community Center in Newport, Kentucky.
Tri-State Trails and Southbank Partners are convening community leaders, local government agencies, trail advocates, and other stakeholders to discuss opportunities to collaborate and expand the trail network in Campbell and Kenton Counties. The public is invited to attend.
Tri-State Trails will be discussing their upcoming Opening Day on the Trails Challenge at the Northern Kentucky Trails Forum. The Trails Challenge will take place over a seven-week period overlapping with National Bike Month (May). Tri-State Trails will encourage individuals and families to explore the region’s trails by offering prizes to participants who complete the challenge. The challenge will conclude with an award ceremony on National Trails Day, June 4, 2016.
Southbank Partners will be unveiling their Southbank Trail Town initiative that is seeking Kentucky Trail Town status for the Southbank cities of Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Fort Thomas.
Tri-State Trails is an initiative of Green Umbrella and funded by Interact for Health. Tri-State Trails is a coalition of trail advocates, a physical network of trails, and a vision to connect the Greater Cincinnati region. Our mission is to connect people and places via a regional trails network that promotes vibrant communities through equitable access to active transportation and outdoor recreation.
Southbank Partners is a coalition of government, business and community leaders in the Northern Kentucky Ohio River cities of Bellevue, Covington, Dayton, Ludlow, Newport and Fort Thomas. It serves as a community and economic development organization that coordinates activity with the cities that lie along Northern Kentucky’s bank of the Ohio River. Our purpose is to help the cities in any way we can, but especially through promoting and coordinating development activities, fostering teamwork and collaboration, and providing a unified voice for the partner cities in advocating common positions to state and federal governments, as well as to other communities. For more information visit www.SouthbankPartners.com