Lake Jackson Greenway

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Lake Jackson Greenways project will create a multimodal connection between Lake Jackson Archeological Mounds State Park and Lake Ella, with access to the Meginnis Arm Landing and the Centre of Tallahassee.

This will be accomplished by constructing a multimodal trail and cycling route along two project segments: The Lake Jackson Greenway (Segment A) and the Lake Jackson South Greenway (Segment B). Segment A will create a trail connection between Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park and Okeeheepkee Prairie Park. Segment B will connect Okeeheepkee Prairie Park with Lake Ella using a combination of an on-street cycle route, separated trail, and shared-use path.

Proposed amenities include the addition of a paddlecraft launch and improved parking at Meginnis Arm Landing. Features will include the following: benches and seating at key locations with hardscape and landscape features at intersections and points of connection resulting in a unique identity for the trail.

Senior Project Manager: Sue Tanski


Community Engagement

March 2021 Community Engagement Summary Report

Community Engagement Presentation March 11th & 15th, 2021

Links:

Lake Jackson Greenway – Conceptual Plan (January 2021)

March 2021 Project Information Flyer

Lake Jackson Greenways Project FAQ

2015 Update Tallahassee-Leon County Greenways Master Plan

Project Snapshot – Lake Jackson Greenways