Press

Listed below are an assortment of media articles and information concerning our Millennium Trail. Each link opens in a new window 

Trail upgrade program begins this fall

County Weekly News

The trek toward a smooth, more user-friendly Millennium Trail will get underway in the coming weeks.

The municipality is carrying out a three-year upgrade project in partnership with the Prince Edward County (PEC) Trails Committee, an external citizen committee dedicated to expanding and promoting The County’s trail networks. The County has committed $370,000 to the project, while the trail committee has fundraised $110,000, far surpassing its original goal of $80,000.

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Trail upgrade project begins this fall

County web site – Official

The trek toward a smooth, more user-friendly Millennium Trail will get underway in the coming weeks.

The County of Prince Edward is carrying out a three-year upgrade project in partnership with the Prince Edward County (PEC) Trails Committee, an external citizen committee dedicated to expanding and promoting The County’s trail networks. The municipality has committed $370,000 to the project, while the trails committee has fundraised $110,000, far surpassing its original goal of $80,000.

“The public support for the Millennium Trail upgrade is outstanding, and we are excited that this project is moving forward,” Mayor Robert Quaiff says. “The work undertaken over the next three years promises to deliver an outstanding recreational amenity that residents and visitors alike can experience and enjoy.”

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Almost ready to go …

Trails Committee Newsletter

In the next month or so The County will begin a three year resurfacing project that will see the trail brought up to the Wellington area trail standards as developed by the Rotary Club of Wellington. When finished, our 46 Kilometre Trail will be accessible to users of all ages and mobility capabilities.

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County Partners with PEC Trails Committee

County Press Release

As part of the project, the Trail will be graded and re-surfaced with crushed limestone, making it more accessible and enjoyable for all. Upgrades will also include the installation of kilometre markers and way-finding signage that will guide Trail users to nearby points of interest. “The Millennium Trail is a point of pride for our community,” said Mayor Robert Quaiff. “I see this project as an investment in a community asset that serves both as a recreational facility for our residents and as an added attraction for our visitors.”

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