Kremmling’s new pedestrian path adds more walkability to town

Left to right: Kremmling Town Trustee Jim Miller, Mayor Pro Tem Dave Sammons and Kremmling Public Works Director Dillon Willson during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new pedestrian path.
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Many residents in Kremmling enjoy the town’s walkability. Most businesses are centered around the town square and along the main street. However, one critical pedestrian path was missing – there was no sidewalk that led to the Mercantile at the edge of town.

The town staff has been working on creating this paved pedestrian path, which is now complete. On Sept. 20, the town staff and the Kremmling Chamber of Commerce celebrated with a ribbon cutting. Mayor Pro Tem Dave Sammons thanked town manager, Ashley Macdonald, for spearheading the project.

The sidewalk leads from Kremmling West End Liquors to the Mercantile, allowing a safe space for walkers, including children, seniors and disabled community members.

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