Pecan Creek Trail Master Plan

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City Council adopted the Parks, Recreation, and Trails System Master Plan on March 1, 2022. The plan identifies a future trail along the Pecan Creek Corridor. The trail length is estimated to be between eight to ten miles. The trail's starting point is from the DCTA Trail/Fred Moore Park, with the endpoint being at Lewisville Lake. The path is proposed to go through both private and City land. Staff is working diligently to identify the areas needed within the private land and engage with the landowners in the pursuit of land dedication or attaining public access easements.

Parks and Recreation will collaborate with the Bike/Ped/ADA Coordinator and Environmental Services and Sustainability staff throughout the creation of this plan. The proposed project will consist of public engagement, needs assessment, conceptual designs, construction documents, the probable cost for the development, and the ability to provide grant writing services. This information will become part of the master plan for constructing the linear trail. The trail includes items such as but is not limited to concrete trails, bridges, boardwalks, landscaping, and typical amenities.

City Council adopted the Parks, Recreation, and Trails System Master Plan on March 1, 2022. The plan identifies a future trail along the Pecan Creek Corridor. The trail length is estimated to be between eight to ten miles. The trail's starting point is from the DCTA Trail/Fred Moore Park, with the endpoint being at Lewisville Lake. The path is proposed to go through both private and City land. Staff is working diligently to identify the areas needed within the private land and engage with the landowners in the pursuit of land dedication or attaining public access easements.

Parks and Recreation will collaborate with the Bike/Ped/ADA Coordinator and Environmental Services and Sustainability staff throughout the creation of this plan. The proposed project will consist of public engagement, needs assessment, conceptual designs, construction documents, the probable cost for the development, and the ability to provide grant writing services. This information will become part of the master plan for constructing the linear trail. The trail includes items such as but is not limited to concrete trails, bridges, boardwalks, landscaping, and typical amenities.

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Page last updated: 22 Oct 2022, 01:39 PM