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Elba Garcia

Please join me this coming Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

Please join me this coming Saturday at 10:00 a.m.

UPDATE MAY 17, 2019 2:36 P.M.
The RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY for Northaven Trail scheduled for Saturday has been POSTPONED.

Due to the forecast of severe thunderstorms on Saturday morning, May 18, the ribbon-cutting for the Northaven Trail Phase 2B/2C has been postponed. Initially, the organizing committee had arranged for an inclement weather location at Harry C. Withers Elementary School, but ultimately decided against using it for the ribbon-cutting. We want to ensure all attendees’ safety, so rescheduling the event appeared to be the best option.

We have not selected an alternate date and time yet, but will send an update as soon as it has been chosen.


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Please join me this coming Saturday at 10:00 a.m. as we officially open the newest sections of the Northaven Trail in Northwest Dallas.

You will find below all the details of the ribbon cutting and the reception afterward, which will feature light refreshments.

This $5.7 million project creates a 3.3 mile multimodal trail connection in Northwest Dallas. A joint project between Dallas County and the City of Dallas, this is the first of several phases that will ultimately create a continuous trail from the east side of I-75 to the Elm Fork Soccer Complex on the west side of I-35.

Dallas County’s trail system is growing! Come enjoy our newest amenities!

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
• Saturday, May 18, 10:00 a.m. | Invitation
• Joe’s Creek Bridge, Rosser Road at Sleepy Lane | Location Map

To learn more, here is a fact sheet about the project.

In the event of inclement weather, the ribbon cutting ceremony will be rescheduled to a later date.


Dr. Elba Garcia
Dr. Elba Garcia
Dallas County Commissioner, District 4

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