There are several distinctive bridges that were built in the Westmoor Technology Center, located north of 108th Avenue and east of Simms Street, as a part of a joint project between the developer of the business park and the City of Westminster to build the Heritage Golf Course within the project. Each of the bridges incorporates faux tan-colored stone. The most impressive bridge allows for Westmoor Drive to cross Walnut Creek, just north of 108th Avenue. The Walnut Creek Trail passes under the bridge.
Another notable bridge is near the golf course clubhouse and allows golfers to pass under Westmoor Drive. Another bridge carries Westmoor Circle over North Walnut Creek and includes a trail underpass. A quaint bridge just west of Westmoor Drive allows golfers to cross Walnut Creek on the 7th Hole. Other bridges allow for the golf cart path to cross over the Walnut Creek Trail.
These bridges were designed by Nolte and Associates and constructed in 1998.