Quarry Road Master Plan

The Friends of Quarry Road are developing a new master plan that will articulate a unified, multi-season vision for the future of Quarry Road Trails. The master plan will explore opportunities to increase usage in all seasons, grow the Nordic ski operations, re-establish the Alpine skiing operation, and construct physical infrastructure that would enable the area to host large events.

In working towards these goals, the master planning process includes a substantial effort to engage the Waterville and Quarry Road Trails community. This will include a public workshop and open house on July 12, an online survey, a public presentation of the draft master plan concept, and a series of interviews and ongoing coordination with key stakeholder groups. All of these inputs, and the resultant plans and analyses, will be distributed to the broader public via this website.

Your participation and continued interest in the project are vital to its success.  Stay current on project activities by visiting this website.

Master Plan Survey

The master plan survey will help us to understand your ideas and desires for the future of Quarry Road Trails. Please take a few minutes to provide your input on enhancing Quarry Road Trails:

Project Timeline

The project kicked off in mid-summer 2017 and will run through the summer and fall.

Our first public meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, July 12 from 4-7 PM at the Quarry Road Trails Maintenance Building located at 200 Quarry Road, Waterville, Maine 04901. Drop in anytime! We hope to see you there!

We will have another public meeting later in the process, likely early fall, to review draft concepts. Check back for the specific meeting date!

Project Documents

The project is just getting started, so project documents are limited right now. Check back soon for more documents, and be sure to take our survey!

·       Master Plan Postcard

·       July 12 Public Workshop Flier

Help us plan for four seasons of fun in Waterville!

For questions contact Joseph Reisert, President of the Friends of Quarry Road at joseph.reisert@colby.edu.