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Trail Updates

 OZAUKEE INTERURBAN TRAIL TURNS 2!
September 2004
Trail Birthday– The Ozaukee Interurban Trail turns 2 in September! Celebrate by getting out and using the trail.
Trail Enhancement Project- Click here to find out how you can help make a significant safety, transportation, and aesthetic improvement along a section of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.
New Trail Map- A new color trail map is now available on-line. Click here to print.
Community Events:
  • Sept. 10-12 Lakeshore Maritime Heritage Festival, Port Washington.
  • September 18th Celebrate the River and Fall into Art Celebration in Mequon/Thiensville. Click here for details (PDF)!
  • Sept. 18-19 Wine & Harvest Festival, Cedarburg. Click here for details!
  • Sept. 25th Tendick Park Disc Golf Course Dedication. Click here for details!
  • Click here for more information and to check out additional upcoming Ozaukee County Events.
Historic Bike Tour from Cedarburg to Port Washington on September 26, 2004. Click here for details!
Looking for a Leisure Ride?- Organized rides that are perfect for those that prefer a more relaxed style of riding.  Click here for details!
September Trail Closings:

1. A section of Trail is closed between Sauk Road and County Highway LL. Trail users are encouraged to detour this section by traveling East on Sauk Road and north on Highway 32. Trail users can enter back on to the Trail just North of Sunset Road on Highway 32.

2. Please watch for detours and Trail closures during the Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival September 18-19.

3.  North Street is under construction in the Village of Grafton. When traveling north, you can detour this section of the Trail by using going north on 5th Avenue to Hickory Street, turn right, travel east for until you reach the Trail. You may also detour this section of the Trail by using the "Downtown River Loop."

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How many people use the Trail? To help answer this question, volunteers conducted Trail counts in Cedarburg and Thiensville. Erik Sowers, Cedarburg High School community service volunteer, is pictured counting Trail users on 8-13-04 from 8 - 10 AM at Keup Road and the Trail. The count at Keup Road occurred from 6 AM - 8 PM Monday thru Sunday the week of August 9th. Look for the results in the upcoming months.

Click here for other volunteer opportunities!

Upcoming Trail Advisory Meetings

Trail Advisory Council
October 20, 2004
1:00 PM
Ozaukee County Administration Center Auditorium

Trailside Facilities
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Sustainability
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For a free Ozaukee County Tourism Guide and Trail Map, contact:
Ozaukee County Tourism Council (1-877-875-7795) or your local Ozaukee Chamber of Commerce.
Maps are also available on-line at Maps