1. Introduction/Trail Information

Washington County is leading a master planning process for the Middle St. Croix Valley Regional Trail – a multiuse trail that will run through eastern Washington County from Downtown Afton to the St. Croix Boom Site in Stillwater.
What is a Regional Trail?
Regional trails are accessible, paved bike and pedestrian paths. They are typically 8-10 foot wide and separated from the road/vehicle traffic. Examples include Hardwood Creek Regional Trail and Point Douglas Regional Trail.

What is a Master Plan?
A regional trail master plan is a long-term planning document that provides a conceptual layout of a future regional trail. This includes guidance for the future trail route alignment, right-of-way needs, trail amenities, natural resource management, and maintenance objectives.

Your response to this survey will inform the recommendations proposed in the master plan!

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Middle St Croix Valley Regional Trail Search Corridor Map

Middle St Croix Valley Regional Trail Search Corridor Map

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* 1. Do you use regional/multi-use trails? If so, how often?

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* 2. What prevents you from using trails at all or more than you currently do? Select up to three.

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* 3. Please explain your previous answer:

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* 4. What is your most common or desired activity on regional/multi-use trails? Select up to three.

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* 5. Do you use a mobility assistance device (e.g. wheelchair, walker, mobility scooter, etc.)

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* 6. How do you typically travel to or access regional/multi-use trails?

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* 7. How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way or frequency of how you use regional/multi-use trails?

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* 8. Why has your trail use changed or stayed the same since the pandemic?

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