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Pipeline Trail Hamilton

Since 2014 we have organized events, clean-ups and planted gardens to celebrate and beautify the Pipeline Trail. Our ongoing mandate is to advance the Pipeline Trail master plan with continual community engagement along the 6 km trail corridor.

The resident-crafted vision for the Pipeline Trail articulates that it will be a leader in environmental stewardship and encourage various recreational activities, like walking and cycling and offer safe, visible connections to other urban trails, parks and commercial corridors. The trail should run the length of the 6 km pipeline corridor (along a water main built in 1859) with marked connections to parks and urban trails at the escarpment and waterfront. The trail offers opportunities to discover the story of Hamilton’s developmental and ecological past through community events, art installations and public gardens.The resident-led team is actively building relationships with local artists and trail stakeholders to develop art projects along the trail; working to identify grant and fundraising opportunities; and collaborating with the City of Hamilton, organizations, institutions, and businesses for funding and support of trail enhancements.

Things we do:

  • cleanups
  • community garden
  • festivals
  • jane's walks
  • native/pollinator gardens
  • parades

We're looking for volunteers in these areas:

  • Regular volunteers
  • Occasional volunteers

Where you can find us

  • 1203 Main Street East, Hamilton, ON, Canada

Get in touch!