The Cleveland / Bradley County Greenway began as a vision of a few citizens intent on improving the quality of life in our community. From the beginning, local governments and officials supported the concept of a linear park weaving through Cleveland and Bradley County Tennessee.

Highlights of the greenway include an 18-space parking area at the north end of Harris Circle, five pedestrian bridges that cross Mouse Creek, five underpasses (Mouse Creek Rd., Keith St., 17th, 20th and 25th Streets), two playgrounds, three restrooms, and a connection to the Prayer Walk Plaza at the Church of God International Offices.


For more information, please contact us at
(423) 479-4129 or by email at
info@cbcgreenway.com.


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Length of sections of the Greenway are as follows:

PHASE ONE
3,000 ft. / 0.57 miles
25th to 20th St.

 
PHASE TWO
4,200 feet / 0.80 miles
Raider Dr. to 25th St.

PHASE THREE
2,700 feet / 0.51 miles
20th to Willow St.

PHASE FOUR
4,200 feet / 0.75 miles
Mohawk Dr. to Tinsley Park

PHASE FIVE
6,200 feet / 1.17 miles
Tinsley Park to Raider Dr.

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PHASE SIX
2,300 feet / 0.44 miles
Willow St. to Inman St.

 

Distance from Willow St. to Mowhawk Dr. – 3.94 miles

 

 * Under construction or Future phases 

 

 
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More About the Greenway

Greenways are corridors of land recognized for their ability to connect people and places together. These ribbons of open space are located within linear corridors that are either natural, such as rivers and streams, or manmade, such as abandoned railroad beds and utility corridors.



Greenway trails can be paved or unpaved, and can be designed to accommodate a variety of trail users, including bicyclists, walkers, hikers, joggers, skaters, horseback riders, and those confined to wheelchairs.

The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is a linear corridor along Mouse Creek, eventually stretching from the Village Green shopping and office center to the Hiwassee River in Charleston.



Today, five phases of the greenway are complete between Mohawk Drive and Willow Street.

Highlights of the greenway include an 18-space parking area at the north end of Harris Circle, three pedestrian bridges that cross Mouse Creek, four underpasses (Keith Street, 17th, 20th and 25th Streets), and a connection to the Prayer Walk Plaza at the Church of God International Offices.

The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is supervised by a board with appointments from the City, County and Cleveland Utilities and is administered through the office of Cleveland Parks and Recreation.

 



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