An Update to Our Community About New Development At Seiders Springs
Many Shoal Creek Trail users know and love Seiders Springs, located on the east bank of Shoal Creek between 34th and 38th Streets. We are writing to share an update on the future of Seiders Springs. We are concerned that the…Read More
On March 14, 2023, a water main burst at the intersection of Bull Creek Road and Shoal Creek Blvd, between Hancock Drive and 2222. Potable drinking water then entered Shoal Creek at a high flow rate, which introduced chlorine and…Read More
Support Restoration of Shoal Creek Trail at Landslide Site
Last week, Shoal Creek Conservancy and Pease Park Conservancy sent a letter to Mayor Watson and City Council urging our leaders to take expeditious action on restoring connectivity to the Shoal Creek Trail at 26th Street. This section of the…Read More
The Shoal Creek Trail is now easier to navigate! Join us in celebrating the brand new Shoal Creek Trail signs installed by the City of Austin’s Urban Trails Program. Trails become more complete and comfortable destinations when wayfinding (directional)…Read More
The City of Austin is in the process of updating their Urban Trails, Bicycle, and Sidewalk Plans. These plans will serve as blueprints that guide construction of our trails, bikeways, and sidewalks for years to come. The City is asking…Read More
Shoal Creek Conservancy is a proud steward of the 13-square-mile Shoal Creek watershed and the creek and trail running through it. We engage in thoughtful public and private partnerships, lead fun and meaningful educational programming, and spearhead on-the-ground improvements that make Shoal Creek and the Shoal Creek Trail safer, more accessible, and more inspiring places to be.