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Public Meeting for the Brandywine Creek Water Trail

Public Meeting for the Brandywine Creek Water Trail

The Brandywine Conservancy and Chester County Planning Commission are studying the feasibility of a formalized water trail and would like your input on:

  • routes you currently use and love
  • areas that are unsafe and need to be improved
  • areas where additional access would be helpful
  • opportunities for stewardship and education

The study focuses on the East and West branch of the Brandywine from Coatesville and Downingtown, PA to Brandywine Creek State Park in DE, so residents of both Pennsylvania and Delaware are welcome to attend and provide input.

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Families welcome. Light refreshments provided.

This open house is also offered on February 12


WHAT IS A WATER TRAIL?

A water trail is simply a route along a waterway for recreational use, enhanced by connections to land trails. Water trails involve stewardship by the local community to protect and enhance the natural, scenic, cultural, and historic resources along the waterway.