Ozark Greenways

Committees

OZARK GREENWAYS COMMITTEES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Technical Planning Committee

Meets 2nd Tuesday each month, 7:30am --- Park Planning office, 1408 E. Pythian
Contact: Mary Kromrey, mary@ozarkgreenways.org / (417) 864-1941

A diverse group of technically skilled volunteers meets monthly to discuss various trail issues such as identifying routes, engineering low-water crossings and managing construction details. This committee plays a critical role in the development of Springfield's trail and on-street network, and brings together an unprecedented variety of local agency representatives. Are you an architect, engineer, or generally interested in getting involved with this group? Email us and we'll help get you connected.

Let's Go Smart Advocacy Committee

Meets 3rd Wednesday each month, 4:30-5:30pm --- Enviro Resource Center, 290 E. Central
Contact: Mary Kromrey mary@ozarkgreenways.org / (417)864-1941

Our Let's Go Smart committee advocates for local forms of sustainable transportation including bicycling, walking, alternative transportation and public transit. The mission of the committee is to advocate for connecting greenway trails to one another, to neighborhoods and to activity areas throughout the community. The committee is comprised of citizens, business leaders, representatives from city, county, state and federal organizations, the local health community, Springfield Police Department, Springbike Club and other interested groups and individuals. Interested in joining this committee?

Friends of the Frisco - Promotion, Improvements, Fundraising

Meets Monthly
Contact: John Montgomery john@ozarkgreenways.org / (417) 864-2015

The 35-mile Frisco Highline Rail-Trail is half in Greene County, managed by the Springfield-Greene County Park Board, and half in Polk County, managed by Ozark Greenways volunteers. Friends of the Frisco formed in 2014, to work on issues specific to this second longest Rail-Trail in Missouri. Projects include helping market to tourists, planning for physical improvements, and partnering with local businesses.

We rely on the enthusiasm and financial support of the community.

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