To plan, build, operate and maintain multi-use trails in the Greers Ferry Lake area which promote fitness and enhhance transportation, the local economy and community relations

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Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council
P.O. Box 74, Heber Springs, AR 72543

*Report from the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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"A partnership between YOU, Greers Ferry Lake Trail Council (501c3 Non Profit) and the City of Heber Springs"

We Need Your Vote!!!

Heber Springs residents will vote March 9th (early voting starts March 2nd) for re-funding a portion of an existing bond at a lower interest rate. If approved, additional funds will be made available for the trails project among other important issues that could move Heber Springs ahead 15 years. Visit HeberForward.com for more details and download the sample ballot here. Your vote FOR item 1, REFUNDING BONDS is needed. Then a FOR vote for PARK AND RECREATIONAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS will help get this done and will NOT increase the current city sales tax rate of .625% (that’s 62 cents for every $100 spent) in Heber Springs. Of course we would encourage voting for all nine initiatives to get Heber Springs growing again.

The Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council is a grassroots volunteer organization started in 2009 and has completed most of the time consuming legal work and finished several trail sections along the M&NA railroad right-of-way; all at no charge to the citizens. This is a one-time critical opportunity to invest in the future of our community. If you are not a city resident, you can help by encouraging your friends and family in Heber Springs to vote FOR all initiatives on March 9th.

Check out the newly
renovated Jeff Anderson Memorial Trail at Sandy Beach, a partership of the Cleburne County Road Department and the City of Heber Springs.