You can still hit the trails in Laurier Woods for a couple more weeks.
The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority says the temporary closure of the woods to allow for boardwalk reconstruction has been rescheduled to start Sept. 18.
Work was originally slated to begin this week, but officials say it’s being delayed because of the availability of the contractor.
The nearly $69,000 project involves the replacement of two boardwalks on the main trail.
“Friends of Laurier Woods and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority who co-own Laurier Woods Conservation Area ask that the public refrain from entering Laurier Woods for any reason during the closure,” states a release.
Signs will be posted at the Brule St. and Laurier Avenue entrances to the 240-acre conservation area.
Construction is expected to wrap up by Oct. 15.