The Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway (also called the OSG) is a proposed bicycle and pedestrian trail which will follow the Susquehanna River for approximately six miles in the city and town of Oneonta, New York. It will run from the Susquehanna River Park in the West End of Oneonta, through the city of Oneonta, and out to Fortin Park in the East End of Oneonta.
There are many recreational possibilities for the Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway. During the warmer months, people will be able to walk, jog, bicycle and rollerblade along the river. During the winter months, cross country skiers and snowshoers can enjoy the stillness of the winter river.

The Oneonta Susquehanna Greenway Trail in Susquehanna Park has a new set of 16 trail markers. These are a great improvement over previous markers.

The signs are on aluminum dibond and are to last 15 years. This year they are to have the plywood backing replaced with Plexiglas.

The markers identify aspects of the trail, such as this one for wildflowers. The Greenway sees their role as educational as well as recreational.

The signs were a result of cooperation between the City of Oneonta, the Otsego County Conservation Association, Steve Andrews at Rec in the city, Al Sosa at SUCO and Larry Harrison at DPW for the city. Charlie Scheim and Sandy Bright installed the signs.

Thanks to Ace Glass in Oneonta for making the Plexiglas signs possible.