Maintenance to begin on Idaho trails | Environment
Nothing can ruin a nice summer bike ride like a bumpy and cracked trail. That's why the Coeur D'Alene Parks Department is starting maintenance on the Centennial and Prarie Trails.
A city spokesperson said both trails need to be seal coated and riders will need to walk around the area while work is in progress. The good news is, the coating only takes 2 hours to dry. The bad news is, crews can only work on one mile of trail per day.
Crews will have a someone at both the head and tail of the area where repair work is being done to let riders know where they will need to walk around and where they can get back on the trail.
Here's a repair schedule:
- July 31-August 3: Work will be done on Prarie Trail from north of the Riverstone area to Huetter Road.
- August 6- August 13: Work to be done on Centennial Trail from Higgins Point to Riverstone Park.
- August 13- August 20: Patch and repair work on Centennial Trail from I-90/Northwest Boulevard to Highway 41.
- August 27 to September 7: Work on Centennial Trail from Highway 41 to Idaho/Washington state line.