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Shadow's Trail Dedication

The City of Terre Haute dedicated its newest trail addition to the National Road Heritage Trail Greenway System on Tuesday, October 18th at 11:00 a.m.

Mayor Duke Bennett hosted a dedication ceremony for Shadow’s Trail at the new Brown Boulevard and Maple Avenue pedestrian bridge.  The dedication of Shadow’s Trail highlights the memory of Terre Haute Police Officer Brent Long who died in the line of duty, and Shadow his K-9 companion.

The 1.30-mile Shadow’s Trail completed and constructed at a cost of $500,000 using federal and local matching funds links residents of the Sheridan Park neighborhood and students of Terre Haute North High School with The National Road Heritage Trail and recreational opportunities at the Indiana State University stadium complex.  Shadow’s Trail also provides for the safe movement of bicycles and pedestrians along the new Brown Boulevard corridor extending from Locust Street to Maple Avenue.

Terre Haute’s National Road Heritage Trail Greenway System is the premier destination for outdoor recreation and fitness in the Wabash Valley.  The Trail and Greenway System comprises over thirty trail and pathway miles with connections to city parks, schools, neighborhoods and additional recreation destinations within the City of Terre Haute.


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