The trail at Bob Woodruff Park North will be getting a major upgrade.

Plano City Council approved a contract that will provide plans for the removal, replacement and relocation of the existing trail at the park during its Jan. 13 meeting.

The trail is 33 years old and in poor condition, according to the agenda item. The replacement is meant to update the trail and address current drainage issues along it.

Council awarded the $318,450 contract for the project to Talley Landscape Architects. The project’s funding will come from the city’s 2022-23 Park Improvements Community Investment Program, leaving $431,430 for future projects.

There was no available timetable for the project.