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      Miami-Dade County Western Greenways Initiative

      Welcome to the Miami-Dade County Western Greenway Website

      Miami-Dade County Parks Recreation and Open Spaces (MDC-PROS) collaborated with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) to determine strategies for realizing the Western Greenway vision – a key element of the county’s 2008 Parks and Open Space Master Plan. The results of that partnership can be found here as an interactive web tool that brings the Greenway to life with many opportunities for users, neighborhood organizations and communities along the way to make connections to the project.

      This website combines maps, text and photos to share information about the Western Greenway Initiative in a way that provides an online tour of the region. It highlights opportunities for greenway connections around gateway communities and potential destinations, as well as scenic and recreational areas, and provides an introduction to this conservation and recreation opportunity. To use this site:

      • Choose a tab across the top to explore proposed gateways, agricultural tourism destinations, attractions, recreation opportunities, natural landscapes, and potential greenway connections.
      • Tap on a photo or tap on the map to get detailed information about features and attractions.
      • Zoom to a region of interest on the map. Zoom close for a detailed aerial view of the landscape.
      In addition to providing a glimpse of the area, you can also share feedback and ideas for linkages to other projects, and collaboration and partnership potentials that you think can help to create and strengthen the proposed Western Greenway System. You are encouraged to share thoughts and ideas for the project as you scroll through the detailed profiles of each corridor.

      Your ideas can help the County to increase the network of supporters for the project and help develop the project to be responsive and useful in all the communities and neighborhoods through which it will pass.