The Paso del Norte Trail is a proposed 60-mile county-wide trail developed by a consulting team engaged by the Paso del Norte Health Foundation with input from community stakeholders and the public. The goal of the trail is to connect neighborhoods to amenities like schools, parks, transportation and employment, highlight the Rio Grande and historic sites, provide new recreation options and promote a healthy, active lifestyle for residents and visitors. 

 
The Playa Drain Trail is a 8.3-mile segment of the larger Paso del Norte Trail that extends from Ascarate Park to Capistrano Park. This segment has been led, funded and developed by multiple entities. The Health Foundation led the development of the 3.4 segment from Ascarate Park to Riverside Park, scheduled for completion by mid-September of 2018. The City of El Paso, with support from the Metropolitan Planning Organization and Community Development Block Grant program, developed the segments on Independence Drive and from Ysleta High School to Capistrano Park.  The Health Foundation will lead the design for the final 1.9-mile segment from Riverside High School to Ysleta High School, with support from Andeavor.  The trail will include amenities like trees, benches, shade structures, water fountains and public art.


 
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