The City of Wyoming has started construction on an extension of the Hike-Bike Trail. The path, which is part of the greater West Fork Mill Creek Trail, currently extends from the entrance to Oak Park and to just north of the Wyoming Recreation Center.

The expansion will begin on Van Roberts Place at the city parking lot and go north past the community gardens before turning west on David Savage Way. It will cut across the green space and then follow Oak Avenue north up to the existing trail at the entrance of Oak Park.

Work is expected to be complete by September.

With the expansion of the path, citizens will be able to walk or ride from the city center, connect to Woodlawn’s trail and go all the way to Glenwood Gardens. An additional 3.6 miles of trail is planned that will eventually connect the West Fork Mill Creek Trail to Winton Woods.