Alligator Creek Trail
Conceptual & Preliminary Design
Alligator Creek Trail is an identified Opportunity Area on the City’s Hike & Bike Trail Plan. It is envisioned as a linear trail park that will have multi-use paths, natural and bike facilities to provide clear and safe connections to local destinations, and links to neighborhoods within the Geronimo and Alligator Creek Watershed. The project scope area encompasses the northwest side of the City to Alligator Creek out to IH-35 and portions within the ETJ. Over the last few years, several commercial and residential development have installed segments of the proposed trail.
To create a trail that is beneficial and seamless, the City has contracted with Vickrey & Associates to develop a conceptual and preliminary design analysis to coordinate with stakeholders, determine potential trail alignments, and identify future funding. This effort will also allow for this proposed trail to be eligible for federal and state funding.
Preliminary Design Cost & Timeline:
The total cost for the preliminary design is $83,340.78 and will be funded in part with City park development funds ($25,340.78) and New Braunfels EDC funds ($58,000). The preliminary design is estimated to take three months to complete.
Alligator Creek Trail Steering Committee:
- Thomas Blagg, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
- Kristen Carden, NBEDC/4B Board
- Jonathan McJunkin, Oak Creek Estates
- Jenna Walker, Comal Trails Alliance
- Chris Featherson, Wasser Ranch
- Ryan Garcia, Northwest Crossing
- Michael Meyer, Tri-County Disc Golf
- Debra Neumann Howell, Cloud Country
- Dr. Evgenia Spears, Geronimo-Alligator Creek Partnership, TAMU-Ag Ext
For more information, please contact Ylda Capriccioso, Park Development Manager, 830-221-4358 or firstname.lastname@example.org.