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Deschutes River Trail – Riverfront Street

Northwest Riverfront Street, Bend, OR, USA

Project Phase

  • PLANNING
  • DESIGN
  • PERMITTING
  • CONSTRUCTION

Project Overview

The Deschutes River Trail (DRT) is the most heavily used trail in Bend, averaging more than 1,200 trail users per day, and is an important transportation and recreation amenity. Riverfront Street, between Galveston Avenue at Drake Park, to Miller’s Landing Park, is a local street that has function as the DRT for many years and is one of the last remaining “gaps” along the trail through downtown Bend.

However, because of the street’s poor condition and lack of a continuous accessible route, BPRD has long sought to improve the street for trail users. BPRD began to investigate design concepts in 2014 but eventually stopped because of the unforeseen need to rebuild the street and replace aging public utility infrastructure which caused the project to exceed the amount of available funding.

In 2023, BPRD and the City signed an intergovernmental agreement to restart the project as a joint effort lead by the City of Bend and supported by BPRD.  The renewed project will seek to improve conditions for trail users as well as replace the street and other public infrastructure as needed.

Want to know more? Visit the City’s project page!

NW Riverfront Street between Miller's Landing Park and Galveston Avenue

$800,000

System Development Charges, remaining funding provided by the City of Bend

Final Designs - Summer 2024, Construction TBD

Contact Information

For more information on the Deschutes River Trail – Riverfront Street, please contact

Henry Stroud
Trail Planner

Intergovernmental Agreement signed between BPRD and City of Bend – April 2023

Community Meeting and Survey – April 18th, 5-7pm, Bend Park and Recreation District Office, Community Room

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