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Quincy Park District launches trail condition reporting feature

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QUINCY (WGEM) -- The Quincy Park District launched a new addition to their website on Friday, allowing people to report on and monitor the condition of certain trails.

Officials said their "Reported Trail Conditions" feature allows the community to monitor the conditions of five trails: Gardner Park Nature Trail, Parker Heights Nature Trails, Sunset Park Nature Trails, All America Mountain Bike Park and Bill Klinger Trail.

They said the new initiative is to continue to support and enable user engagements with the trails from a mobile device.

Alex Adams is the founder of the Quincy Mountain Bike Group. He said there are three different colors on the site.

"There is green which is good to go, you can ride and not have to worry about anything. There is a yellow caution, which usually is most spots are good but maybe we have a few muddy spots that we'd like you to avoid," he said. "Then they do have a red if the trail is just totally un-rideable or un-hikeable."

Anyone can update the trail's status and the new feature will allow more members of the community to enjoy them.

To check out the 'Reported Trail Conditions' CLICK HERE.


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Jayda Hill

Jayda Hill is a Multimedia Journalist for WGEM News.

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