About the Patapsco Regional Greenway 
The Patapsco Regional Greenway maps the main alignment of a 40-mile, shared-use trail traveling through the Patapsco Valley from Sykesville in Carroll County to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The trail, when completed, would pass through or near the communities of  Sykesville, Marriottsville, Woodstock, Daniels, Oella, Ellicott City, Catonsville,Elkridge, Halethorpe, Baltimore Highlands, and Cherry Hill. The Patapsco Regional Greenway will serve as a region-wide asset and provide nearby communities with a sustainable transportation route and miles of recreational trails.
 
About the Sykesville to McKeldin Area Project
The Sykesville to McKeldin Segment of the Patapsco Regional Greenway consists of two sections - 1) the western portion near downtown Sykesville and 2) the eastern portion near the McKeldin area of the Patapsco Valley State Park.  

The purpose of this project is to explore the opportunities and challenges of the alignments, identify design details, engage the public in key decisions, and prepare a 30% design document that will carry the project into final design and construction.   

Take a look at our story map to learn more about the project and alignment alternatives.  

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Winter 2021 - Project launch

Develop preliminary alignment alternatives and review with project Steering and Advisory Committees

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Spring 2021 - Soliciting Public Input

BMC will solicit public comments from May 6 though June 11 with a public meeting on May 27. 

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Summer 2021 - Review and Revise

Following the comment period, all comments will be considered by the project team and committees. Alignments will be revised based upon input received. 

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Fall 2021 - Soliciting Public Comments

An updated set of designs will be shared with the public for a second comment period. The 30% design process is expected to be completed in December 2021

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