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Survey Response Needed for Pedestrian/Bicycle Path in North Fork

North Fork – Madera County is partnering with the North Fork Rancheria and Chawanakee School District to apply for a competitive Caltrans grant (Caltrans Active Transportation Grant Program). If awarded, the project would build a Class-I pedestrian/bicycle path in North Fork.

The proposed pedestrian/bicycle path would extend from the intersections of Road 222 and Road 225 to the new roundabout at Road 225 and Road 228. The western end of the path (Road 222 and Road 225) would connect to a formal pedestrian path leading to the North Fork Rancheria Community Center. The path would travel across Willow Creek via a new pedestrian/bicycle bridge and connect to a path leading to North Fork Elementary School and the Mono Museum.

NF Survey Map

The survey will support the grant application process as there is no guarantee the grant will be awarded, however, the more community engagement received from the survey, the more competitive the grant application will be.

Click on the link to take the virtual survey now !

The completed project would improve safety for individuals walking, bicycling, and using other forms of non-motorized transportation to travel between the North Fork Rancheria Community Center, North Fork Elementary School, Mono Museum and all points in between. In addition to the  improvement and the beautification of the downtown North Fork area.

If you have any questions about the grant application or the project, please contact Madera County at 559-675-7703 or The North Fork Rancheria at 559-877-2461.

 

 

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