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Big Creek Greenway Phases 4 & 5

The following is a description of the proposed project: 
The proposed Greenway trail will begin at the end of Phase 3 of the Big Creek Greenway and will travel approximately seven miles to the Sawnee Mountain Preserve Visitor Center located on Spot Road. The proposed trail will serve as a multi-use trail and will consist of a twelve-foot wide paved path, including portions of boardwalk as well as pedestrian bridges, as necessary. The project also proposes three trailhead locations which will provide for parking and restroom facilities. In addition to the trail and trailhead construction, landscaping and other hardscape appurtenances will be provided.

Construction of Phase 4 is complete and is open to the public.  This twelve foot wide multi-use trail begins at Bethelview Big Creek Trailhead and continues along Big Creek for approximately 2.1 miles, running parallel to Kelly Mill Road for approximately .75 miles and ending at Johnson Road.

Big Creek Greenway Phase 5A and 5B presently under construction.  Construction began fall 2019.

Please see the following links for Phases 4 and Phase 5.

Big Creek Greenway, Phase 4_Construction Plans

Big Creek Greenway, Phase 5A Extension from Johnson Road to SR 20_Plan & Profile Plans

Big Creek Greenway, Phase 5 Fact Sheet

Construction Plans for Greenway 5a

Construction Plans for Greenway 5b

Contact Us

 Address: 110 East Main Street
Suite 120
Cumming, GA 30040
 Phone: 770-781-2165
 Fax: 770-781-2104
 Email: Contact Us

Our Mission

The Department of Engineering represents a functional grouping of divisions meeting a common goal - to provide for the county's infrastructure needs through proper placement and maintenance of roadways, drainage structures, pedestrian walks, and traffic control devices. Our mission is to put citizens first as we promote the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of Forsyth County.