Bethel Green Project
A Current Land Protection Project
We’re working in cooperation with the municipality of Bethel Park, the local community, and other civic-minded partners to acquire and permanently conserve one of the largest remaining green spaces in the Bethel Park for the health, well-being, and enjoyment of current and future generations of area residents.
The 40.5-acre Bethel Greenway Project is located within the municipality of Bethel Park near the intersections of Route 88 and Connor Road and Valley Drive along the municipality’s northwest border with Castle Shannon Borough.
The green space is within walking distance of several thousand neighbors, and features an informal, well-kept network of crisscrossed hiking and biking trails, relics of the area’s industrial history, and a variety of resilient species of flora and fauna that have begun reclaiming the space.
For more in depth information on the project, please find a presentation below. It is best viewed in full screen mode. Find a recording of our first public information session on Bethel Park Public Access Television (click here), and find news coverage on the project in the The Almanac [May 8], South Pittsburgh Reporter [May 28], WESA [May 30], and the Sewickley Herald [Aug 27].
If you’d like to become involved in helping to protect this project as an individual, corporate group, organization, or other participant, then please contact Tom Dougherty at firstname.lastname@example.org.