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Posted on: January 24, 2018

City of Pocatello, United States Forest Service Seek Comments on Cusick Creek ATV Trail


The City of Pocatello and the United States Forest Service (USFS) are looking for your input on one of the community’s popular trails.

The two groups are asking the public for comments on the Cusick Creek All-Terrain Vehicle Trail. The trail is an old roadbed that begins near the Pocatello Women’s Correctional Center and runs up to Kinport Peak. The input will help the organizations apply for grants from the Idaho Parks and Recreation Foundation to help improve the trail.  

“Over the years the trail has eroded in sections, leading to more sediment being deposited into Cusick Creek as well as a lower quality experience for trail users,” said Hannah Sanger, Science & Environment Division Administrator with the City of Pocatello. “If we are able to secure grant funding, we can begin the process to decrease the amount of sediment that makes its way into the creek and improve the trail for hikers, mountain bikers, and ATV users.”

To submit your comments, contact Hannah Sanger at or by phone at 208-234-6518. Comments can also be submitted to Debrah Tiller, Recreation and Trails Supervisor with the USFS, at 208-236-7500.

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