Ribbon Cutting for Dey Avenue Greenway Connector set for June 3
Published on May 27, 2021
CHEYENNE – The City of Cheyenne will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Dey Avenue Greenway Connector at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 3rd. The event will take place on the new Greenway segment south of Lincolnway, on the southwest side of Dey Ave. and northeast of Crow Creek. If you are driving, please park across Lincolnway at the Martin Luther King Jr. Park parking lot along Dey Ave. Cross Lincolnway at the traffic signal at Ames Ave. and follow Ames south to the event.
The City encourages the public to watch the ceremony via a live stream on the City of Cheyenne Facebook page.
The recently completed project runs along Dey Avenue from Lincolnway, southeast along Crow Creek to Ames Ave. and connects to existing Greenway under the Ames Underpass heading south. The segment will eventually connect to existing Greenway located within the Pumphouse Wetlands and is an important segment for making a good connection to the downtown area in the future.
This segment represents an important investment in the City’s Greenway infrastructure. Since the formation of the Crow Creek Greenway Committee in 1990, the Greater Cheyenne Greenway has grown significantly to encompass almost 45 miles of completed greenway. For more information, and maps of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway, visit www.cheyennecity.org/greenway.