Troy Trails



Give us your feedback on Phase 3!




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All Troy Trails will be maintained in the winter for year-round non-motorized use. Trails will be maintained after all roads have been safely cleared. All regulations stated in Chapter 26 – Parks of City of Troy are applicable to Troy Trails. 

Phase OneP. Terry & Barbara Knight Park/Daisy Knight Dog Park
3401 Livernois

The first segment of the Troy Trail is a roughly one mile asphalt pathway that begins at the entrance to the Daisy Knight Dog Park. The paved pathway winds through the natural, wooded area to a mid-block crossing at Wattles road. The trail provides a connection from the Civic Center Campus to the Troy Historic Village.

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Download Map of Phase One

Phase TwoSylvan Glen Lake Park
5501 Rochester Road

The second segment of the Troy Trail, located within Sylvan Glen Lake Park, is a roughly .75 mile asphalt pathway. The paved path creates a connection from Rochester Road, through Sylvan Glen Lake Park’s natural features, around the lake, and to the neighboring subdivision to the west of the park. Entrances to the trail can be found at Rochester Road and Glasgow. An official ribbon cutting will be planned for Spring/Summer of 2021.

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Download Map Of Phase Two


Phase Three
Jaycee Park

On 12/14/2020 City Council passed a resolution to expend budgeted funds to allow our engineering consultant, AEW, begin the design process. AEW is currently in the process of designing and surveying the area. Please view the presentation and City Council meeting to hear discussion and additional information regarding this project. Updates will be provided on this project as they are available.

A report was included in the 3/22/2021 City Council agenda that provide an updated proposed route for Phase Three of the Troy Trail. Upon receiving feedback regarding proximity of the trail to various properties City staff worked with engineering consultant, AEW, to adjust the eastern segment of the pathway.

An interactive portal is available now to engage the community and solicit feedback on this project. Feedback will be accepted until April 12th. All feedback will be reviewed and presented to City Council at a later date.