The Cheyenne Greenway Foundation wants to thank the citizens of Cheyenne and Laramie County for their continuing support of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway. We also want to give special thanks to our steadfast sponsors of Spring into Green, the 5k/10k event held annually the second Saturday of June for the previous 12 years. A big shout out to Wyoming Department of Transportation, First Interstate Bank, Jonah Bank, Biolife Plasma, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Wyoming, Foot of the Rockies, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Blue Federal Credit Union and Summit Engineering. Without these generous businesses, our main fundraising event would not be possible.
The Greenway Foundation is a non-profit staffed entirely by volunteers. We are proud to donate our time and resources for the benefit of the Cheyenne Greenway users. Our work is 100% funded by donations. This includes raising awareness of the Greenway and encouraging its use. We remain steadfast advocates of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway and trail improvements. The profits from our efforts fund continued improvements in the form of user amenities. Our most recent efforts include a new round of way-finding signage. Other projects on the horizon include new murals and more bike repair stations.
We are always looking for board members and supporting members. Please contact us via email if you are interested.
Did you know that 2021 is the 30th anniversary of the Greater Cheyenne Greenway? Our 30 for 30 campaign is running all year long. We are also a registered non-profit with Amazon Smile and if you choose us, we get a percentage of your purchases donated to the foundation. Don't forget to check out our 30th anniversary souvenirs too! Thank you for supporting the Cheyenne Greenway Foundation.
The 12th annual Spring into Green fun run and walk with take place on June 12th at 8am in Smalley Park in Cheyenne. The out and back run will follow the Dry Creek Greenway under Dell Range and along Stillwater and Bluegrass avenues.
This year's race helps to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the first section of Greenway in the community. Proceeds raised will go to support ongoing amenity improvements along the 40 plus miles of multi-use running, walking and biking trails including supporting phase two of the Greenway Wayfinding program.
Runners and walkers can register here for the race. Current CoVid 19 restrictions will be observed and if necessary arrangements will be made for staggered starts to comply with any social distancing requirements on race day.
More information on Spring into Green