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Posted on: July 19, 2022

Temporary Trail Closure – Razorback Greenway Detour along SE Moberly Lane between E. Central Avenue

Bentonville, AR…Due to utility construction along the trail, the established Razorback Greenway detour along SE Moberly Lane (between E Central Avenue and SE 5th Street) will be temporarily rerouted. Bicyclists and pedestrians traveling northbound are advised to follow the marked detour from SE Moberly Lane west along SE 5th Street to Martin Luther King Jr Parkway, heading north to NE Wildcat Way and the Melvin Ford Aquatic Center – where they can reconnect with the existing detour route. Bicyclists and pedestrians traveling southbound are advised to follow the marked detour route from the existing trail in Orchards Park, west onto NE Wildcat Way at the Melvin Ford Aquatic Center and to NE Martin Luther King Jr Parkway. Heading south until SE 5th Street, continue to follow the detour routes heading east along SE 5th Street to reconnect to the existing detour route on SE Moberly Lane.

This temporary detour is expected to be in place for one week beginning Tuesday, July 19, 2022. Please bear in mind that construction delays could occur due to weather or other unanticipated events. The City of Bentonville apologizes for the inconvenience and disruption and is working quickly to reopen this portion of trail on the Razorback Greenway.

To learn more about Bentonville Parks and Recreation, please visit us online at www.playbentonville.com, or call 479.464.7275.




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