White City Canal Trail
The White City Canal Trail project aims to utilize an abandoned canal to provide a significant north-south connection from 9400 South at Big Bear Park to the Sandy Canal Trail at 10600 South, which will provide further connectivity to other regional trails in the area including: Dimple Dell, Draper Canal, Jordan River Parkway and Porter Rockwell. Additionally, the trail will provide a safe route to local schools in the surrounding neighborhoods.
The project consists of developing a 12-foot wide paved multi-use ADA accessible pedestrian/bike path and a 6-foot wide gravel trail along the existing canal corridor. It also consists of constructing a 347-foot pedestrian bridge to span over Dimple Dell Regional Park at approximately 800 East.
Funding for the trail is made possible by the Transportation Choice Fund and the 2016 ZAP 3 Parks & Recreation Bond.View Trail Segment Map
View Trail Alignment and Phase Map
View Bridge Diagram
January 2016 - May 2019Design and planning process
May 2019Public open house
September 2019Construction begins from Big Bear Park to Carnation Drive
Temporary trail detour in Dimple Dell Regional Park, Monday-Friday (7 AM - 5 PM)
Completion from 10600 South to Big Bear Park. Bridge over Dimple Dell Regional Park is anticipated to open July 29.
Construction is anticipated to begin for the final segment from Big Bear Park to 9400 South.