Community Q&a

April 17, 2005

THE QUESTION: HOW MUCH OPEN SPACE IS IN COLUMBIA?

The planned community of Columbia is lush with greenery. Columbia has about 3,400 acres of open space, and most of it is owned and maintained by the Columbia Association. That includes 252 foot bridges, 165 tot lots, more than 92 miles of pedestrian pathways, 34 miles of stream valleys, 20 ponds and three lakes. The Columbia Association sells pathway maps at its headquarters, 10221 Wincopin Circle.

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