The City of New Braunfels will be hosting a public input meeting to go over the preliminary designs for the proposed Alligator Creek Trail. That meeting is set for September 15th, 2021, from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the NBU Service Center located at 355 FM 306.
The City’s Hike & Bike Trail Plan envisions the Alligator Creek Trail to include multi-use paths, natural and bike facilities to provide clear and safe connections to local destinations, and links to neighborhoods along Geronimo Creek and Alligator Creek (see attached map). Over the last few years, several commercial and residential developments have installed portions of the proposed trail in their area, but to help link those segments together in a seamless way, the City contracted with Vickrey & Associates to coordinate with stakeholders, determine potential trail alignments, identify future funding, and develop preliminary designs.
“This public meeting is a chance for residents to provide their input on the conceptual and preliminary designs for the Alligator Creek Trail,” said New Braunfels Parks & Recreation Director Stacey Dicke. “We are looking forward to hearing from the public as we begin to move forward with this exciting addition to the City’s Hike & Bike Trail system.”
To learn more about plans for the Alligator Creek Trail, visit www.nbtexas.org/alligatorcreektrail. Again, the public input meeting to discuss the preliminary designs for the Alligator Creek Trail is set for September 15th from 6:00 to 8:00pm at the NBU Service Center on FM 306. For additional information, please contact Ylda Capriccioso, Park Development Manager, 830-221-4358 or email@example.com.