Some areas of the Riverfront Park walking trail are still under repair but more sections will reopen to the public on Tuesday.
October flooding breached the Columbia Canal and inundated areas of the linear park downtown.
Visitors to the park, located at 312 Laurel Street, will now be able to stroll 2 1 / 2 miles of the trail between the main parking lot on Laurel Street to the Diversion Dam and fish passage at the north end of the park, the city said.
While the trail near the Broad River Bridge is open to walkers, runners and cyclists, it is not Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant, the city pointed out.
Other areas of the park remain closed indefinitely, including the north parking lot near River Drive and the southernmost end of the park, between the Columbia Hydroelectric plant the Laurel Street parking lot.