October 21, 2019
Proposed Norwich to Tillsonburg Trail
Oxford County will be hosting a public meeting regarding the development of a multi-use recreational trail along the former railway corridor extending from Norwich to Tillsonburg.
An upcoming public meeting will outline the proposed plans to establish a trail partnership with the Oxford County Trails Council, the Township of Norwich, and a local community group for the development of approximately 15 kilometres of off-road trail between Norwich and Tillsonburg.
The proposed trail will provide an off-road active transportation route from Norwich to Tillsonburg providing further connectivity to the Trans Canada Trail, the local trail network within Tillsonburg and on-road cycling routes.
Oxford County is seeking the public’s input on developing a trail that meets the community’s needs for generations to come. Your chance to provide input and ask questions is coming up in November.
The public meeting will be held in Norwich. A brief presentation will be made outlining the project, followed by a question and answer period.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
7:00 p.m.—9 :00 p.m. Norwich Community Centre
53 Stover Street South
Norwich, ON N0J 1P0
Discussion with individual land owners adjacent to the trail regarding individual concerns will be dealt with in a confidential manner, not at the public meeting.
If you can’t make it to the public meeting, you can still take part in the public consultation process. Visit Speak up, Oxford! at www.oxfordcounty.ca/speakup and submit your questions and comments.
The proposed trail from Norwich to Tillsonburg is shown on the map. To provide a comment, request additional information concerning this meeting, or to be added to the contact list to receive future notices, please contact:
21 Reeve Street, P.O Box 161
Woodstock, ON N4S 7Y3
1-800-755-0394 x 3099 | email@example.com
Project and notice information will be made accessible upon request in accordance with the Accessibility Standard for Information and Communication under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.