Fulton County Public Works will break ground on the New Wolf Creek Multi-Use Trail Thursday, January 12, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. The ground breaking will take place at the intersection of Enon Road and Sanford J. Jones Boulevard.
The 10-foot wide trail will be located parallel to the east side of Enon Road and will run approximately 0.8 miles long. ¬† The trail will be the very first of its kind constructed in unincorporated southern Fulton County and will be open to the public from dawn until dusk. ¬† It will also have connectivity to the new sidewalks along Enon Road in an effort to link the community to its residents.
"This multi-use trail ¬†to connect Wolf Creek Library and Wolf Creek Amphitheater will be a great addition to the community,‚ÄĚ says Fulton County District 5 Commissioner Marvin S. Arrington, Jr. ¬† ‚ÄúMulti-use trails ¬†are perfect for walking, bicycling, and walking pets. This is awesome for residents and I look forward to more projects like this in South Fulton."
The project became a reality thanks to a partnership between the Georgia Department of Transportation providing $1 million dollars and Fulton County funding $250 thousand dollars totaling $1,250,000 for the overall project.
The multi-use trail will provide connectivity to the Wolf Creek Amphitheater on Sanford J. Jones Boulevard and will link the area to the Wolf Creek branch of the Atlanta ‚ÄďFulton Public Library.
Construction on the project is expected to begin January 2017 and it is expected to be complete and open to residents in July of the same year.
For additional information please contact the Fulton County Public Works Department or Antonio Valenzuela at (404) 612-0520 or email him at