Parks & Recreation

Longview Extension of Paul Boorman Trail

KSA was hired by the City of Longview to design the extension of the Paul Boorman Trail. The trail was designed to accommodate pedestrians on foot and bicycles and is a recreational attraction for Longview residents. Spanning approximately 2.85 uninterrupted miles in total, the trail has three concrete access points with entry signage, parking and driveways. 

The Paul Boorman Trail was extended from the Grace Creek trail system and runs along that body of water.  KSA designed steel pedestrian bridges, water lines and designated areas for picnic tables, benches and bike racks. The Stragent Dog Park, also designed by KSA, is a 9-acre park located along the trail. The park features two separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. 

KSA completed the master plan for the trail as well as phase I of the trail design.

PROJECT TEAM

Joncie Young, P.E. - Principal-in-Charge
John Ringler, P.E. - Project Manager

PARK SIZE 

15,000 feet or 2.85 miles

COST

$3,149,388

YEAR COMPLETED

2011

PROJECT OWNER

Brent Brevard, City Architect
City of Longview, 903.239.5504