Kane Land Access Path

Made possible by the Stow Community Preservation Fund
Image showing the location of the Kane Land parcel and the future access location

At May 2021 Annual Town Meeting Stow voters approved allocation of $30,000 from Community Preservation Act funds for the design, permitting, and construction of a walking path along Gleasondale Road in to access a parcel of town-owned land known as the "Kane Land". This project will include only a short access path, running north along Gleasondale Road toward a future looping trail within the Kane Land property. A project timeline and supporting documents may be found below.

  • January 18, 2022 - Request for Proposals issued for design
  • March 11, 2022 - Contract awarded to Places Associates in Littleton, MA for design and construction estimates
  • June 16, 2022, 7PM - Public Meeting via Zoom to collect feedback on initial concept plan
  • June - July 2022 - Design Plans and Bid Documents finalized
  • Late summer 2022 - Construction

Feedback on the intital concept plan may also be provided by contacting the Stow Planning Department at (978)-897-5098 or by emailing planning2@stow-ma.gov