Three Creeks Trail

$3,235,000

open space authority funds contributed to project

2003

project awarded

The Authority contributed funds totaling $3,235,000 towards the purchase of land along the former Union Pacific railroad in the Willow Glen neighborhood of San Jose. The trail will eventually connect three creek trails: the Los Gatos Creek Trail, the Guadalupe Creek Trail, and the Coyote Creek Trail. This 1-mile trail features an iconic water tower and fruit crates that pay homage to the Valley of Heart's Delight.
Award Date:
August 13, 2003
Program:
20% Funding Program
Location:
Willow Glen Neighborhood

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