Input sought for Bosque River Trail planning survey

Bosque River Trail Survey

Tarleton State University

Monday, March 4, 2013

STEPHENVILLE, Texas—Tarleton students are invited to participate in an online survey during the planning effort of a proposed extension to the city’s Bosque River Trail.

Keep Stephenville Beautiful, the city of Stephenville, Erath County and other partners are in the initial stages of developing a master plan for an eight-mile corridor, which includes the Bosque River, the existing 1.5-mile Bosque River Trail and other lands along the waterway.

The survey is designed to gather ideas from people who live, work and play in the Stephenville vicinity, and who have an interest in the Bosque River. Residents are asked to share their wishes and preferences to help guide the planning effort.

The online community survey will be available for public input through April 10.

According to those spearheading the project, the goal is to enhance the corridor within the city by improving access and encouraging care of and knowledge of the Bosque River. These efforts will tell the story of a region working to successfully recover an “impaired” waterway while providing recreation, trails and educational opportunities to local residents, Tarleton students and visitors.

The implementation of the proposed Bosque River Trail extension will depend on future funding.

The survey can be accessed at:


Tarleton State University
A member of The Texas A&M University System

Contact: Kurt Mogonye

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