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Out of caution, Missouri state park and historic site programs and events sponsored by Missouri State Parks are postponed or canceled now through April 30.
To further prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced the closure of all state parks, fish and wildlife areas, recreational areas, and historic sites as well as the cancellation of upcoming scheduled events.
The next phase of the Maline Greenway in north St. Louis County was awarded $2 million in federal Surface Transportation Program funds that will be used for constructing a long-awaited connection through Ferguson.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has signed an Interim Trail Use Agreement with Missouri Central Railroad Company, a subsidiary of Ameren Missouri, paving the way for the railbanking of 144 miles of the former Rock Island railroad corridor.
Big news this year is that the event has joined forces with the GO! St. Louis Health & Fitness Expo and will be the official packet pickup location for the 2020 GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend.
The Forest Park East Waterways Project, due to break ground in 2020 and take up to 24 months to complete, will conclude the plans laid out by the 1995 Forest Park Master Plan.
After 15 years of dreaming and collaborative work between several county agencies and municipalities, a 7-mile extension of the Madison County Transit (MCT) Goshen Trail has opened.
The Missouri Botanical Garden will break ground on the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center in 2020, a $92 million, privately funded project expected to conclude in spring 2022.
Great Rivers Greenway’s framework plan for “Chouteau” Greenway aims to connect people and places while creating opportunity.