The Flint River Corridor Alliance (FRCA) is a community-based organization of government, non-profit, and private sector stakeholders organized to use the combined influence and resources of the Flint River Corridor to transform the Corridor from a distressed waterway to a natural resource that is an asset to the community and a national example of urban river restoration.
For more information on the FRCA and its activities, visit their website.
Boats, Bikes, and Bricks Triathlon
The Corridor Alliance hosted the First Annual Boats, Bike, and Bricks Triathalon on May 26, 2010.
Over 40 participants joined us for the inaugural event. A great time was had by all! Click here to view more photos from the event.
JOIN US IN 2013!!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 29th, 2011 in Downtown Flint.
The Hamilton Dam and Riverfront Restoration Project includes the collection, analysis, and use of a variety of data and information to develop appropriate design and restoration solutions. Many of these documents, plans and data related to the replacement of the Hamilton Dam can be found on Wade Trim’s Hamilton Dam program page.