The Natural Lands Preservation Advisory Board, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and Multimodal Advisory Board will hold a joint meeting concerning electric bicycles (E-bikes) on Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 5 p.m.
The meeting will include a staff presentation, a public comment period and a board discussion. There will also be a presentation of survey findings related to the one-year E-bike trial at Twin Buttes. The public can access the meeting virtually at DurangoGov.org/Zoom
E-bikes are temporarily allowed at Twin Buttes but are not permitted on other city natural surface trails. However, Class I and Class II E-bikes are allowed on city hard surface trails, including the Animas River Trail, Florida Road Trail, Goeglein Gulch Road Trail, Jenkins Ranch Road Trail, SMART 160 Trail and the Three Springs Trail. For more information, visit DurangoGov.org/ebikes
For more information about the joint advisory board meeting, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (970) 375-7321 or email@example.com