UPDATED COMPREHENSIVE RECREATIONAL
Thank you for your continued interest and support in FNSB trails!
Comments on the Draft Comprehensive Recreational Trail Plan were accepted through June 26, 2022. The team has incorporated your input where appropriate into the Final Plan.
2022 Trails Plan Update
The Trails Plan has been revised and reorganized for Assembly Introduction on October 27, 2022 based on recommendations from the Planning Commission and Planning Board during the approval process. Changes include reorganization, two trail recommendation changes, and reformatting of maps.
Trail Recommendation Maps
Maps illustrate the issues to be addressed and goals to be achieved. The Maps and this Trails Plan preserve the future opportunity; trails may not be developed, but they have to be in the Plan to be considered for protection, development and maintenance.
Click the links below to view the draft maps individually, or the buttons to view as a package.
*Links below are not the final maps proposed for adoption but are designed for faster review. They do not reflect modifications made by the Planning Commission and Platting Board. To view the Trail Plan Maps proposed for adoption by the Assembly, click here.
WEST SIDE MAPS:
EAST SIDE MAPS:
The Fairbanks North Star Borough (FNSB) provides maps to support the update of the Comprehensive Recreational Trails Plan for planning and informational purposes only, and in doing so the FNSB does not encourage use of trails, or sections of trails, that have not been formally dedicated for public use in a recorded legal document. Trails depicted in the documents and maps develped through this planning process are tentatively proposed for eventual protection and management for recreational use. Public access across the trails is not guaranteed. The maps and data provided are not intended for use as navigational tools. The maps and data may contain errors, omissions, or outdated information. The maps and data are made available on the condition that users agree that the FNSB will not be held liable for any loss, injury, or damage of any kind, whether direct or indirect, resulting from any errors or omissions in the maps or data.