The second leg of the Naugatuck River Greenway in Torrington opened with a ribbon-cutting celebration on Tuesday.  The newly-opened section in Torrington starts at the Sullivan Senior Center and ends at Scoville Street. This section was built with $351,373 in grant funding and city bonding.  The third section along Scoville Street should be completed next year.

Once completed, the Naugatuck River Greenway will be a 44-mile walking and biking trail from Torrington to Derby along the Naugatuck River.  Currently, there are open sections of greenway in Naugatuck, Beacon Falls, Seymour, Ansonia, and Derby, as well as Torrington, with more sections in design and pre-construction phases.

See our webpage for more information about the Naugatuck River Greenway.

Ribbon cutting ceremony in Torrington