Chevron Mile Trail Connection
Legacy Parkway and Jordan River Parkway
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(Last updated February 2012)
Many people who walk or bike the Legacy Parkway, have waited anxiously for a paved trail between the south end of Legacy and the north end of the Jordan River Parkway, only two miles away. The Legacy Parkway trail ended right at the banks of the Jordan River, and there was only a dirt maintenance road continuing along the river over into Salt Lake County. Starting in the fall of 2010, construction of this trail began. That year the first mile was completed in Davis County, and in the winter of 2011/2012 the second mile in Salt Lake County was completed.

Davis County was responsible for building the first mile on the south end of Legacy Parkway, and Salt Lake County responsible for building the second mile that connects to the north end of Jordan River Parkway. The first mile, named the Chevron Mile, got it's name because of a generous contribution from the Chevron Corporation towards the completion of this trail section. The second mile of the connecting trail will officially open in the spring of 2012. We who have been riding these trails really are thrilled to see this connection coming to be a reality.

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The new Chevron Mile connecting trail

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The new Trail Sign naming the trail for Chevron, a large contributor

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