December 14, 2020

Join the Discussion on the Croy Creek Extension to the Hailey Greenway Master Plan

In 2020, both Wood River Land Trust and the City of Hailey acquired new properties along Croy Creek Rd. between Lions Park and Mountain Humane.  The recent addition of the Land Trust’s Simons/Bauer Preserve and the City’s property gives us the opportunity to update and extend the Hailey Greenway Master Plan completed in 2017

In response to the community’s interest in uses of these properties, the Land Trust and the City of Hailey is holding a series of public planning workshops to gather your input on land use topics such as trails and connectivity, parking and access, wetlands, and wildlife habitat, river restoration, and a City of Hailey Municipal Campground.  

The first public meetings were held on March 4th and 5th.  The second public meetings will be held on April 13th and 14th to review conceptual plans based on your comments from the first meeting.

If you would like to submit comments in the meantime, please email Keri York at 

Join the Conversation 

In-person public meetings will be held on April 13th and 14th.  There are time slots with a limited group size of 10 people to adhere to COVID restrictions.  In-person meetings will take place at the Mountain Humane Event Barn at 101 Croy Creek Rd. in Hailey.   To view the conceptual alternatives we will be discussing at the meeting, click here. To sign up, enter your name at the desired time in this link: https://volunteersignup.org/XLHMA

 

The virtual meetings will take place at 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm on April 13th.   

You can attend the virtual meeting here: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/383028645

You can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3412 Access Code: 383-028-645

If you would like to make a public comment on this project, please email Keri York at

 Donations

We are not accepting funds for the purchase of the City of Hailey’s parcel in Croy Canyon at this time.  We are working with the City on the planning process for that area, but do not have a willing seller or a viable acquisition project at this point.  We appreciate your support, and if there comes a time when the City is a willing seller of that property, we can contact you about your wish to donate to the project. 

Any charitable donations to the Land Trust prior to having a willing seller will be used to support our conservation efforts in the Wood River Valley.