City of Bettendorf, Iowa

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Bettendorf Trails Committee

 

Mission Statement

The Bettendorf Trails Committee is a city-led body of employees, business leaders, educators, and residents. The mission of Bettendorf Trails Committee is to promote a safe and healthy community by supporting active lifestyles.

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BICYCLE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY

bike friendly

Bettendorf’s investments in separated trails, recreational trails and bike lanes have earned the City a spot on the League of American Bicyclists’ Bicycle Friendly Communities list. Every year, the league ranks each state on how “bikeable” they are, and Iowa is currently ranked the 30th “most-bikeable” state. The league awarded Bettendorf the Bronze award in 2018, marking Bettendorf as one of the most “bikeable” cities in the country.

Quad Cities Metro LRTP (Long Range Transportation Plan

Walk and Roll

Walk and Roll events are family-friendly activities designed to showcase our trails and amenities.  You can bike, walk, run or roll.  Come join us and explore these amazing trails right here in Bettendorf.

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Current I74 Bridge

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2019 Holiday Dog Walk

2019 YOGA IN THE PARK

2019 DISC GOLF DEVILS GLEN PARK

2020 WALK AND ROLL SCHEDULE    

The April 19th Walk and Roll has been canceled.

May's yoga in the park and Walk and Roll have also been cancelled.

April 19 Walk and Roll - Whitey's Bettendorf
May 2 Yoga in the Park - Location TBD
May 17 Walk and Roll  - Crow Creek Dog Park
June 6 Yoga in the Park - Location TBD
June 14 Walk and Roll - Middle Park Lagoon
July 11 Yoga in the Park - Location TBD
July 19 Walk and Roll - The Jetty
August 8 Yoga in the Park - Location TBD
August 16 Walk and Roll - Devils Glen
September 12 Yoga in the Park - Location TBD

BIKE RACK COST SHARING PROGRAM

To reduce on-street traffic and encourage bicycle riding to local businesses, the city of Bettendorf is offering a cost-share program to help business purchase bike racks. The city will cost-share the purchase of bike racks up to $500/business. Businesses are responsible for purchasing, installing and maintaining their bike racks. Once installed, simply send a photo and purchase documentation. Participating businesses will also be highlighted on the city’s website. For more information, contact Becky Lovich, Bettendorf Trails Committee, blovich@bettendorf.org

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  1. 2020 Bettendorf Trails Committee Members 

Board Members:

John Harrington

Janette Harrington

Jackie Wessels

Brian Strusz

Linda Mitchell 

Committee Members

Bob Lee

Marguerite Tomlin

Steve Grimes

Kentley Lowenstein

Jeff Nelson

Enrique Riajas Berazalure

Michael Raso

Mike Pence

2020 UPCOMING MEETINGS

The Bettendorf Trails Committee meets the 3rd Thursday of the month at 4PM,

second floor conference room, Bettendorf City Hall, 1609 State Street, Bettendorf.

March 19

April 16

May 14

June 11

July 16

August 13

September 17

October 15

November 12

 

For more information or to volunteer, contact Becky Lovich, Bettendorf Trails Committee Coordinator at blovich@bettendorf.org

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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