From a news release:
Work on the latest segment of the Brook Run Park multi-use trail is about 75 percent complete, according to a city of Dunwoody news release. Weather permitting, the city anticipates construction crews will finish the 1.3-mile addition to the multi-use trail at Brook Run Park by the end of July.
The city and its arborist planned the trail’s centerline placement to help reduce the overall number of affected trees. Over the past month crews have poured concrete for the remaining segments of the 12-foot wide multi-use trail and will soon begin preparations for the installation of decorative benches and waste/recycling receptacles along the trail route for beautification and convenience.
City inspectors continue monitoring all construction activity and work to ensure compliance with Georgia Environmental Protection Division requirements regarding erosion and sediment control.
The latest phase of the 12-foot wide multi-use trail will help open access to areas of the park which often are not frequented by park visitors. The new trail section also will connect with the existing 0.7-mile trail to create a two-mile, 12-foot wide concrete multi-use trail loop within Brook Run Park.
As future phases are completed in the coming years, the Dunwoody Trailway will run from Brook Run Park to Chamblee Dunwoody Road and will cover 3.3 total miles.