On January 18th, 2022 the Sandy Springs City Council took the critical step of approving funding for the construction of the Morgan Falls Segment of the Trail Master Plan. This is the first segment of the Sandy Springs Trail Master Plan to be approved for funding. Labeled as Segment 2A in the plan, the Morgan Falls Segment loop will total 5.4 miles, connecting Overlook Park, the Chattahoochee River and Big Trees Forest Preserve. A highlight of Segment 2A will be a boardwalk along Orkin Lake. Construction could begin as early as this summer. Council had previously approved funding to proceed with the design and engineering of Segment 2E.

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SSC at the Sandy Springs Farmers Market May 21!

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