Utility Work On the Polly Ann
ITC Utilities will be doing some routine vegetation management south of Oxford, adjacent to the Polly Ann Trail, starting January 7th through the 18th. The trail will not be closed, but please use extra caution when traveling the area during that time.
Horse Path Work Has Begun
Work has begun on the Horse Path in Leonard between Leonard Rd. and Gerst Rd. Intermittent trail closures in the area are possible through February.
Special Meeting Called
On Tuesday, September 25th at 3:00 pm, at the Oxford Village Offices, the Polly Ann Trail Management Council will hold a special meeting to review the 2013 budget and other financial matters.
Trail Closure in Orion Township
Beginning tomorrow, Friday the 22nd, the Polly Ann Trail will be CLOSED to all traffic in Orion Township from the north Joslyn Rd. crossing to the south Josyln Rd. crossing. West Bay Geophysical will be conducting seismic testing on the trail for the next few days. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Barrier Removal for Handicap Access
The Polly Ann Trail will be removing all barriers to allow access for handicapped persons in compliance with the federally mandated Other Power Driven Mobility Device (OPDMD) Policy. For more information, click here.
Rural Pearl 2012
The 2012 Rural Pearl of a Ride has been cancelled due to lack of volunteer, sponsor and participant interest. If you know of a volunteer organization or business that would like to help bring back the Rural Pearl in 2013, please contact the Trail Manager.
Reporting Problems on the Trail
If you see a problem on the trail, please contact the Trail Manger first. For emergencies on the trail, call 911.
PAT Public Comment Survey
The Polly Ann Trail is looking for your input! Please take a few moments to fill out the survery at the link below. Your suggestions will help us put together our Master Plan and improve our trail.
The Polly Ann Trail hosts The Detroit Institute of Arts Inside/Out Art Exhibit.
Starting September 14th, you can get a little culture in Mother Natures Art Gallery. The DIA will install special weatherized recreations of artwork currently on display at the DIA on The Polly Ann Trail at the the Burdick Street and Drahner Road crossings in the Village of Oxford. For more information about this project and other locations throughout the Village of Oxford, please visit www.dia.org