Public Involvement Meeting for the Glacial Drumlin Trail Extension Planned for
Village of Cottage Grove, is in the process of developing plans for the expansion of the Glacial Drumlin
Trail between Vilas Road and Main Street in the Village of Cottage Grove, Dane County
The proposed project will consist of extending the Glacial Drumlin trail along a proposed alignment of
the multi-use path that will route users westerly along Clark Street from the intersection with S. Main
Street (at the DNR trailhead) to a crossing of Bass Street, through a part of Fireman’s Park (a Section 4(f)
resource), crossing Grove Street and continuing through Phoebe Bakken Park (a Section 4(f) resource),
to a future crossing of Vilas Road to connect with the planned Glacial Drumlin extension continuing to
Madison. The Village has other planned improvements along Clark Street and Grove Street that are not
included with this project. Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021.
A Public Involvement Meeting will be held regarding this trail extension project. The meeting will be
held on Thursday, July 30th from 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Due to the safety of the public, the
project team has determined to host this meeting virtually via Zoom by entering the meeting
ID 946 8898 9335. A short presentation, which includes a basic overview of project concepts, will
begin at 6:15PM. Representatives of the Village of Cottage Grove and project design staff will be
available before and after the presentation to answer questions, explain exhibits, and provide additional
information regarding the project. All community members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Following the meeting the meeting presentation, exhibits, and comment form will be posted on the
Village’s website http://village.cottage-grove.wi.us/.
The Glacial Drumlin Trail, Fireman’s Park, and Phoebe Bakken are either adjacent to or within the project
limits and considered public park areas [Section 4(f) properties]. Right of way and temporary easements
may be needed for path construction and to accommodate grading.
The project design team is seeking the community’s input on any concerns that individuals may have on
how the project impacts these resources. Persons with a concern for or knowledge about historic
buildings and structures and archaeological sites are encouraged to attend this meeting or provide
comments to the local units of government or the consultant.
Citizens who require a sign language interpreter may request one by contacting project staff through the
Wisconsin telecommunication Relay System at 711 or 1-800-947-3529.
If you need an interpreter, translator, materials in alternate formats or other accommodations to access
this program, please call the phone number below immediately.
Si necesita un intérprete, un traductor, materiales en formatos alternativos u otros arreglos para
acceder aeste programa, comuníquese inmediatamente al número de teléfono que figura a
Questions concerning the meeting should be directed to Kevin Lord, MSA Professional Services, Inc.,