Several Norfolk residents got the opportunity to walk on the city's newest trail Tuesday afternoon.
The City of Norfolk in cooperation with the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District held a ribbon cutting celebration for the new Elkhorn River Trail.
The one mile route runs from 13th street to 1st street and includes a bridge over corporation gulch.
Norfolk's Public Works Director says trail is designed for all types of outdoor enthusiasts.
"It's designed for walkers, bikers, hikers, all types of outdoor recreation activities as well as transportation activities. Encourage folks to use it to get to and from work," said Dennis Smith, Norfolk Public Works Director said.
The City of Norfolk has another trail under construction between 4th street and Elm Street, which they hope to open before the end of the year.
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