Stafford Basin Trail Now Open for Business!

Northwest, Trail Design

After almost three years of property-owner negotiations, permitting challenges, and construction, Phase 2 of the Stafford Basin Trail is now open for business! This extension adds an additional mile and a half to the loop trail system that Alta also designed with the City of Lake Oswego (OR) in 2006. Learn More>

Alta Planning + Design provided full landscape architectural services for this 1.5-mile long trail for the City of Lake Oswego and the Three Rivers Land Conservancy. The trail passes through a rapidly developing region of the Portland metropolitan region; however, the dominant character of the trail setting is rural agricultural due in large part to the Three Rivers Land Conservancy’s efforts to acquire and preserve large farm sites where the trail is located. The scope of work included trail alignment development, wetland delineation at three sites, state and local permitting, design development, construction document production, cost estimates, and construction over sight. Trail amenities included interpretive signs, native riparian plantings/wetlands restoration, two boardwalks, benches, and picnic tables. Alta is currently providing design services for Phase II improvements, connecting Phase I and the Rosemont Road pathway.

Alta Planning + Design provided full landscape architectural services for this 1.5-mile long trail for the City of Lake Oswego and the Three Rivers Land Conservancy. The trail passes through a rapidly developing region of the Portland metropolitan region; however, the dominant character of the trail setting is rural agricultural due in large part to the Three Rivers Land Conservancy’s efforts to acquire and preserve large farm sites where the trail is located. The scope of work included trail alignment development, wetland delineation at three sites, state and local permitting, design development, construction document production, cost estimates, and construction over sight. Trail amenities included interpretive signs, native riparian plantings/wetlands restoration, two boardwalks, benches, and picnic tables.
Alta then provided design services for Phase II improvements, connecting Phase I and the Rosemont Road pathway.

 

 

Natalie Lozano

About Natalie Lozano

Natalie is the Director of Marketing and a member of Alta’s Board of Directors. She also served for several years on the Board of Directors for the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS), and held the roles of Vice President/President Elect, Director of Programs, and Director of Membership.
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