Does my road qualify to become a Heritage Corridor?
Roads that qualify to become Heritage Corridors must possess BOTH of the following characteristics:
- They must connect major thoroughfares, but were originally designed for residential use
- If they were altered, the rural character of the area would be altered as well.
In addition, qualifying roadways must fulfill two or more of the secondary conditions. They must:
- Have scenic value or possess public vistas
- Be two-lane residential roads with minimal shoulders
- Pass through or be adjacent to environmentally sensitive areas or habitats
- Run parallel to or be crossed by historic riding trails
- Have a documented historical value to the community
- Possess archaeological features
- Possess distinct expressions of local community life
For more information, please contact Lisa Woolford at firstname.lastname@example.org or (847) 387-3149.