Oakhurst and Amity Gardens Multiuse Path

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Part of the Capital Investment Plan

Land Acquisition and Street Connections Program

Project phase
Consultant rendering of trail from Pierson Drive and the Walmart parking lot

​Consultant rendering of the trail from Pierson Drive and the Walmart parking lot. For illustrative purposes only.


The project team has received the landscape plan for the Oakhurst and Amity Gardens Multiuse Path project. Residents are welcome to review the plan and share their comments. Your feedback is valuable and will be shared with the project team.


 Project updates

​This project will improve connectivity between neighborhoods and improve access to retail and neighborhood services

​To increase connectivity

​This project is part of the Land Acquisition and Street Connections program, which originally comprised six projects. Among those projects was the Pierson Drive Extension, which was the only project fully funded for planning and design. After two public meetings and an online poll, the selection of the Pierson Drive concept was delayed by staff until the City and neighborhood goals were better understood. The Pierson Drive Extension project was put on hold.

In June of 2017, staff hosted the Monroe Road Area Vision Workshop, during which five conceptual design alignments for the Pierson Drive Extension were presented. All of them faced significant opposition, so staff was instructed to revisit the design. This led to staff changing the scope of from the original alignment of the Pierson Drive Extension to the Oakhurst/Amity Gardens Street Connectivity project.

In 2018, the concepts for the Shade Valley Realignment and Roundabout Project and the Oakhurst/Amity Gardens Multiuse Path were shared with the public. The project team is moving forward with the design of both of these concepts.

Previous meetings

  • July 24, 2018 - Monroe Vision Workshop

$3.7 million

​​​Please note this is the funding amount and includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping.