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Rosemont Trail Paving Project

City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

On Thursday November 8, the rubber hit the road! The long awaited Rosemont Trail looks and feels like a walk to Grandmother's house! Winding through beautiful countryside, the trail is a continuation off the loop near the Firlane property. Take a peek at a small picturesque orchard with pear and apple trees along with a newly refurbished pump house off to the north of the trail. Tall grasses and signs of wildlife are evident as well as wetland and gorgeous black wrought iron fencing indicating the location of Wilson Creek. The one mile trail continuation of the Stafford Basin Multi-Use pathway has been the work of many agencies and individuals working together to build a convenient trail alignment for a safe and comfortable non-motorized connection between Lake Oswego and West Linn.

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Start of the newly built Rosemont Trail extensionHAPPY PAVING DAY for Ivan Anderholm, Parks and Recreation Assistant Director and Project Manager Jim and Lavieng re-building pumphouse along the trail- nice work fellows!Paving along route-Still HOT!Long stretch with a slight incline, great for runnersHeavy equipment and operators working to make the trail dream come true