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The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation
PO Box 4043
Cheyenne, WY 82003-4043

Email: CheyenneGreenwayFoundation@gmail.com

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The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation exists to contribute to the quality of life for all Cheyenne area citizens by:

  • Raising awareness and encouraging use of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway and trails systems for fitness, exercise, relaxation and community events
  • Encouraging the expansion of trails and multi use paths in the Cheyenne area
  • Increasing public support of the Greater Cheyenne Trails system and securing private funding to complete special projects on the Greenway

Greenway Updates

It was a wonderful warm fall day when 35 fellow bike riders joined the Cheyenne Greenway Foundation members for one of two great rides that circled Sloans Lake OR Circled the Cheyenne Regional Airport. Donations were accepted to help with the restoration of the historical terra cotta Airport Fountain. Paper airplane fun followed with snacks and camaraderie!

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The Cahill Universally Accessible Playground received a check for $1000 from the CGF. The Foundation has donated the proceeds of the Circle the Greenway ride, in the amount of $317,  to the Airport Fountain restoration. lightbox gallery cssby VisualLightBox.com v6.1

"Start with Art!" 2016 spring into Green

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The 7th Annual Spring into Green 5K and Fun Walk was held June 11th, at Holliday Park and the theme tied in with the dedication of two pieces of art on the wing walls of the Lincolnway Greenway Underpass. 

Registration warming up stretching beforehand Waiting to start Race starts heading outreturning to Holliday ParkViewing the art Kristi Racines SIG participants mingle with Dandelions Tunnel Decorations Happy racer Sun Valley GW by Refinery Waiting for results Boys 1st Boys 2nd Boys 3rd Mens 2nd Mens 3rd Girls 1st Girls 3rd Womens 1st Womens 2nd Womens 3rd

Adults and Children alike enjoyed their hands at making art with Christina Blooding of Flydragon Design Studio and Sara Willson from LCSD#1 at Start with Art.
The public art piece that was created is on display in the Lobby of the Municipal Building,
Monday– Friday 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Breakfast! Adults try their hand Flydragon Painting Experience Kids love to paint DSC_0574 Announcements Gary Freeman Art Themed costume DSC_0575 DSC_0619 DSC_0622 Sara Willson leads the chalk art What was created lightbox images galleryby VisualLightBox.com v6.1

Wall Art Dedication June 2,
2016 Holliday Park

Nancy Olson addresses guests Lupe and Elsie Barajas Taggert and Silas Lupe shares his story Mayor Kaysen lightbox images galleryby VisualLightBox.com v6.1

Installing New Art!

Greenway Trail Identification and Mile Markers
The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation provided funding from the 2013 Spring into Green to place mileposts and trail identification signs on Dry Creek Greenway and the Sun Valley /Holliday Park Greenway connector. The City has also funded these same items for the South Link and Crow Creek Greenway segments. As of January 1, 2015 out of the 37 miles of Greenway built in the Cheyenne Area, there are 15.5 miles that have mile markers and trail identification signage!

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