Come Explore Connecticut's Greenways
"Greenway" means a corridor of open space that (1) may protect natural resources, preserve scenic landscapes and historical resources or offer opportunities for recreation or nonmotorized transportation, (2) may connect existing protected areas and provide access to the outdoors, (3) may be located along a defining natural feature, such as a waterway, along a man-made corridor, including an unused right-of-way, traditional trail routes or historic barge canals or (4) may be a greenspace along a highway or around a village. (CGS section 23-100)
The CT Trails Symposium - The Symposium is an annual conference which typically takes place on or around October 25. Attendees are offered opportunities to make connections with each other and ask questions of experts covering various topics including planning, design, construction, maintenance, mapping, diversifying users, and volunteer management. Registration for 2020's program will be announced in September. Mark your calendar in advance!
You can also view selected presentations from past events held at Middlesex Community College and Goodwin College.
Nominate Your Greenway for Official Designation - The Connecticut Greenways Council solicits nominations continuously for official state greenway designation. Potential applicants are welcome to submit proposals anytime to allow for discussions with CGC members and facilitation of new greenway designations when appropriate.
Annual Greenways Awards - Join us on October 1 from 4-6 pm at Charter Oak Park in Manchester. Hosted by Bike-Walk Bolton, Manchester Road Race, Manchester Rotary Club and the East Coast Greenway. The CT Greenways Council will announce any newly designated CT Greenway and present awards to honor group and individual achievements.
Content last updated August 18, 2020