The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation: What Exactly Do We Do?
The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation wants to thank the Citizens of Cheyenne and Laramie County for their continuing support of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway.
Join us at Black Tooth Brewing for Community Pint Night
Drink great Wyoming beer and support the Cheyenne Greenway Foundation on April 29th. Black Tooth Brewing at 520 W. 19th St. in downtown Cheyenne will donate $1 to the foundation for every pint purchased between 3pm and 8pm. Come and raise a pint with us and Black Tooth.
Celebrate 30 years of Greenway
Join us in celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway! Since voter approval on the 6th Penny Sales Tax ballot in 1991, the Greater Cheyenne Greenway has grown to encompass over 44 miles of safe, separated non-motorized paths in the Capital City. The 10-foot-wide concrete paths provide connectivity throughout Cheyenne for recreation, transportation, and relaxation.
The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation was conceived in the summer of 2008 when a member of the Greenway Advisory Committee suggested that the Committee do some fundraising to fund enhancements and beautification projects on the Greenway. A walk/run event on the Greenway was a perfect fit, and so was born the Spring into Green celebration.