Posts by Rodney Sell
Our 2023 trail plans start now!
Dear BLT Supporter, Last year Build Lebanon Trails (BLT) successfully completed the 4,100-foot-long, lighted, Old Mill Trail along the South Santiam River. If you’ve walked that trail, you know that this was a great community effort and a new jewel in our trail necklace. Now we’ve got two trail efforts planned for 2023 and we’re…Read More
Exciting updates to the Lebanon trail system!
The Lebanon Trail System is seeing a large increase in trail use. The word is getting out about Lebanon’s high quality, free-to-use, off-street trails. Due to health concerns, we haven’t been able to hold our usual monthly events but 2021 is proving to be a very exciting year for Lebanon’s trail system. Here’s what’s going…Read More
The Old Mill Trail: BLT’s exciting 2020 project
What’s new this year? The start of the exciting Old Mill Trail! See how you can double your donation!Read More
Help us connect Cheadle Lake to Riverview Park with your statement of support!
Purpose: 2018 Recreational Trails grant application to construct a trail connecting the Cheadle Lake trail to Riverview Park Deadline for receipt of community emails/letters: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 We’re applying for another exciting trail improvement project, and we need your support! This grant will help us construct 450 feet of trail that will connect two existing…Read More
We need your letter of support by March 31 for a grant
Hello Build Lebanon Trails (BLT) Supporter, Thank you for everything you do to help Lebanon have the best trails, parks, and community in Oregon. As you know, Build Lebanon Trails works closely with the City of Lebanon to make our dreams of enhancing our trail system a reality. The city is currently writing a grant…Read More
Welcome to our new website
If you’ve visited the Build Lebanon Trails website before, you’ll immediately notice a new look. That’s thanks to locating a volunteer who owns a local web design business and loves to hike. Besides the obvious style changes, here’s how the information got moved around. Our news from the front page now appears on its own “News”…Read More