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Prescott’s Greenways are scenic, but do residents want to use them?
City kicks off revitalization of the downtown creek trail system

Prescott City Councilwoman Billie Orr, left, and City Manager Michael Lamar, right, walk along a section of Granite Creek near the Goodwin Street underpass. A new city committee is looking into ways to revitalize the Greenways Trails that border downtown-area sections of Granite and Miller creeks. The two creeks have been mostly dry in recent months, but currently have intermittent pools of water. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

Prescott City Councilwoman Billie Orr, left, and City Manager Michael Lamar, right, walk along a section of Granite Creek near the Goodwin Street underpass. A new city committee is looking into ways to revitalize the Greenways Trails that border downtown-area sections of Granite and Miller creeks. The two creeks have been mostly dry in recent months, but currently have intermittent pools of water. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

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