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This project will renovate the trail in Wall Local Park, located at the intersection of Old Georgetown Road and Nicholson Lane in North Bethesda. The intent of the project is to make the trail ADA accessible from the parking lot to the Nicholson Lane entrance and to enhance the trail with interpretive and wayfinding signage, and with decorative pavers from donors to the Josiah Henson Museum & Park. There are two retaining walls at the Nicholson Lane entrance that need repair. The project will renovate this access point with new retaining walls, special paving, and a concrete walkway to create a more visible pedestrian entrance to the park and the parking lot.
The 500-foot long Wall Local Park trail winds through a mature wooded area, and links a playground, picnic tables, and several fitness stations. As the starting point of the visitor experience to the Josiah Henson Museum & Park, Montgomery Parks will improve the trail, so it is fully accessible from the parking lot to Nicholson Lane. Improvements will include new wayfinding signs, as well as three (3) interpretive signs with special pavers from our generous donors.
The M-NCPPC Montgomery Parks has started at the end of October 2020. The construction is expected to be finished by early December 2020.
Links to review meeting notes and presentations will be attached to each applicable calendar event as it is scheduled and completed.
|October 2020||Construction starts|
|December 2020||Construction completion|
* Date and time subject to change.
Wen Huang, Project Manager