Four Creeks Preserve public access improvements to be discussed on July 27


GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A meeting will be held on July 27 at 6:00 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church to provide attendees with information and the opportunity to comment on proposed public access improvements to Four Creeks Preserve, located in northwest Gainesville between U.S. Hwy 411 and NW 43rd Street. See flyer below.

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  • There are a dozen NO PARKING signs on the CITY owned road leading up to this beautiful area which has limited access. It seems that the surrounding neighbor’s only want these walking trails all to themselves. Pathetic and selfish that these neighbors want to keep the public out! This was the same type of outcry before the Possum Creek skateboarding area was developed.
    My taxes paid for the acquisition of this forested property with its incredible trails so I feel that a couple of parking spaces is not too much to ask for.

  • Many thanks to the County for conducting this meeting. It’s unfortunate that there is little access, however it is a City owned street and County owned property. There should be parking for taxpayers usage of the walking trails on this property.
    I’m sure it’s the same neighbors argument about the Possum Creek skate park. They didn’t want the drug dealers and gangsters. Now it’s a great addition to the city and gives activities for young and old alike.
    Same thing with this very limited access trail. Unfortunately it has a dozen no parking signs!

    2 or 3 parking spaces will give adequate and safe access for walking and exercising on these trails and I seriously doubt the drug dealers and the gangsters are interested in hiking the trails.

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