News Flash

Home spotlight - Parks and rec

Posted on: November 18, 2022

Erie Singletrack Closure Protocols

Community Spotlight - Singletrack trail entrance covered in snow

Staff will enact closures if the following criteria are met: wet/muddy conditions present, snowy/icy conditions present, Division maintenance operations, and/or Town-permitted special event.

Just because the trails may look dry from the road, this may not be the case on key trail sections that are shaded from the sun. Ignoring closures will prolong the length of time necessary for the closure and those caught violating closures will be subject to fines. Please help do your part, respect this resource, and have patience until the trails are safe to open.

  • Peak Usage Months (March through November) - Staff will assess trail conditions on a daily basis at 7 a.m. and post the status of the trails if there is a change in the closure status. 
  • Winter Months (December through February) - Staff will assess conditions less frequently than during peak usage months. Staff will assess and post closures on an as needed or weekly basis. 
  • Staff will not implement partial closures – Entire trail closures will be enacted if any conditions are present that meet the established trail closure protocols. If closures are enacted, they will remain in effect for a minimum of a 24 hour period from the time that they were last assessed.

Additional Info...
Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Home spotlight - Parks and rec

Community Spotlight - Erie Ice Rink at night

Erie Ice Rink

Posted on: November 18, 2022
Cover of fall 2022 program guide, photo includes three school age children playing

Fall 2022 Program Guide

Posted on: August 5, 2022
Community Spotlight - Park Projects

Parks & Recreation Projects

Posted on: May 2, 2022
Community Spotlight - Encroachment Image

Know Your Property Line

Posted on: May 12, 2022
Community Spotlight - EAB

Emerald Ash Borer

Posted on: May 2, 2022