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Gateway Green Dig Day round 3
October 10, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Phase 2 construction has been continuing at your local mountain bike park at Gateway Green. This work party will focus mainly on the dirt jumps north of the gravity line. Contractor Sasquatch Trails has been hard at work moving dirt to fill in some the empty spaces. Now we need you to come and get things shaped and ready for the park to open in November.
Due to COVID – 19 we are strictly limiting the number of volunteers. We NEED you to pre register & sign the online waiver prior to the event. Day of & non pre-registered volunteers will be turned away. We have mandatory guidelines for facial coverings and social distancing measures that need to be followed. This will be shared with your registration confirmation. Please understand that this is not only for your safety but for the safety of our entire community.
The Dirt Lab has been a great success since it opened in June of 2017! Our community has enjoyed the singletrack trails, pumptrack, skills area, and jumps. Now with the Portland Parks Phase 2 upgrades, the park is going to be even better.
No dogs, please.
Pre Register Here
– Face Covering as recommended by the CDC
– Work clothes: Light long sleeve shirt, Long Pants (no shorts), Boots, Gloves, Eye Protection & Gloves
– Jacket (be prepared)
– Hard hat or bike helmet (mandatory),
Again, with COVID restrictions NWTA work parties will look a bit different and we will not be providing any refreshments or food. Please come prepared.
Saturday, October 10th, 2020 / 9 am – 2 pm / Gateway Green – ½ mile north of the Gateway Transit Center on the I-205 Multi Use Path.
Getting to the event:
Ride your bike or take public transportation. If you must drive, on-street parking is available around the Gateway Transit Center. If you’re dropping someone off, you can use one of the 4 quick-drop spaces in the Transit Center’s overflow lot. We do not encourage you to park in neighboring residential areas.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are limiting the number of participants.