Oregon Trail Recreation District

OTRD In The News

Recent articles found online about the Oregon Trail Recreation District.

1.3 Million Dollar Recreation Center Opens in Burley

Tuesday, October 7, 2014, A facility two years in the making, and a vision that kept on growing. Read more: http://www.kmvt.com/news/latest/13-Million-Dollar-Recreation-Center-Opens-in-Burley-278462101.html

City Of Burley Set To Get New Rec Center Underway

Thursday, June 13, 2013, the Oregon Trail Recreation District held a ground breaking ceremony for their new million dollar Rec Center. Read more: http://www.kmvt.com/news/local/City-Of-Burley-Set-To-Get-New-Rec-Center-Underway-211493321.html

New Rec Center For Burley

The Oregon Trail Recreation District in Burley is looking to build a brand new Recreation Center for the Cassia County area the City of Burley is on board. Read more: http://www.kmvt.com/news/local/New-Rec-Center-For-Burley-187802721.html

Burley Could Get New Rec Center

The Oregon Trail Recreation District plans to approach the Burley City Council with a proposal for a new recreation center. Read more: http://magicvalley.com/news/local/mini-cassia/burley-could-get-new-rec-center/article_169f5059-d30b-5f08-89ad-aeddfef73361.html

Burley, Heyburn Working Separately Toward Linked Snake River Walking Paths

The Snake River’s course through Mini-Cassia may soon be lined by nearly 10 miles of walking paths aimed at increasing residents' quality of life and drawing recreationists to the river’s edge. Read more: http://magicvalley.com/news/local/mini-cassia/article_c5e4c388-9ab2-5a97-9bd7-d678926ed1cd.html

Recreation District Passes Budget for 2012 Fiscal Year

The Oregon Trail Recreation District approved a $160,452 budget for the 2012 fiscal year Monday. The budget included expenses of $3,000 in professional and legal fees — the remaining $157,452 will be used for recreational purposes in the district. Each home in the district is charged a fee of $36 per year. Read more: http://magicvalley.com/news/local/mini-cassia/recreation-district-passes-budget-for-fiscal-year/article_dba6bc3b-f0aa-565e-aa0a-09c3c1976560.html

Burley Greenbelt Under Construction

Backhoes and other heavy construction machinery have been busy moving rock and dirt along the south side of the Snake River in Burley along Bedke Blvd. as city planners, the Twin Falls Canal Company and the Oregon Trail Recreation District prepare for an upgraded greenbelt for Burley residents. Read more: http://minicassiavoice.com/breaking/burley-greenbelt-under-construction/

Construction Begins on Burley Boat Ramp, Walking Path

Work has finally begun on a walking path along the south side of the Snake River in Burley. The first step is a boat ramp north of the west end of Bedke Boulevard. Burley City Engineer Bryan Reiter says workers hope to complete the parking lot and boat ramp by this spring or early summer. He says grants from state funds are helping pay for the project. Read more: http://www.kmvt.com/news/local/Construction-begins-on-Burley-boat-ramp-walking-path-137796958.html

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