Trails and Pathways

Greenbelt Closures 

January 23, 2019 - The Greenbelt is temporarily closed on the south side of Highway 44 between Eagle Road and State Street.

The new Dry Creek section behind the Eagle Nazarene Church is also closed due to the construction and flooding. (NEW 02-28-19)

A pedestrian detour is marked along State Street. This detour will last until further notice while new sewer lines are installed, and the trail is replaced.

Note: There is construction on the blue detour route, but it is still useable by walkers and cyclists. 

pedestrian detour marked map 02-28-19

April 12, 2019 - 

Greenbelt closures have been issued at greenbelt underpass

Greenbelt Underpass:
Flooding from the Boise River has made it necessary to close the Greenbelt underpass near the Hilton Garden Inn until river flows decrease. Historically, flooding in this location causes soils and other debris to settle on the concrete and can be a slip hazard even when flows are shallow. Please use the crosswalk at Riverside Drive.


April 19, 2019

Flooding from the South Channel of the Boise River has made it necessary to close the natural surface trail North of Laguna Point Subdivision until flows decrease. Using this trail when it is saturated causes damage that is expensive to repair! 

Thank you for your help in protecting our trails!

UPDATE: April 25, 2019

Flooding has forced the closure of a trail between the Laguna and Lakemoor Subdivisions. Greenbelt Travelers can no longer access the Greenbelt via the Lakemoor Subdivision due to the closure.

Map shows a trail closure in the Lakemoor Subdivision.

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  1. Steve Noyes

    Steve Noyes

    Trails and Pathways Superintendent
    Phone: 208-489-8769

  2. Rob Hollerman

    Trail Maintenance Lead
    Phone: 208-912-2995