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Here is your chance to be a part of BRIDGE history. Join us as we take the journey to retire our nearly 45 year old iconic walking bridge and build a new pedestrian bridge, allowing our historic bridge to be closed to pedestrians but forever remaining a symbolic fixture at The Bridge to Recovery.

Built in the mid 1970’s, the original bridge will forever remain the iconic symbol of our program. Unable to make needed repairs, it will be retired from pedestrian traffic use. With the retirement of our bridge for pedestrian traffic, we are in dire need of a new method of passage, which includes construction & materials, grading & irrigation, and maintenance.