Evansville Eastside Sidewalk Study

CEPI, in partnership with the Casper Area MPO, is working on a study to create a guiding document for the Town of Evansville to use when planning trails and sidewalk improvements.

Study Area

About the study

Purpose

  • Connect residential neighborhoods on the eastern side of Evansville to northwestern residences, Rails to Trails Pathway, Reshaw and Stone King Parks

  • Allowing for additional recreation and multi-modal transportation opportunities for all residents and visitors

  • Create a guiding document for the Town of Evansville to use when planning trails and sidewalk improvements

Goals

  • Filling in gaps in the current sidewalk network
  • Determining the ideal location of a trail or sidepath connecting to parks and other trails in the area
  • Analyzing the existing conditions of the network for future roadway planning and maintenance work.

We Need Your Input

Evansville is studying how to reconnect it’s neighborhoods to the parks, trails, and greater community. Please take this short survey to tell us how you use the sidewalks and paths in Evansville and through your neighborhood.

Create your own user feedback survey

Connecting Trails

As we work to connect the walking paths and trails in Evansville, we need your input on your favorite route options. Please review the options below and rank them most favorite to least favorite.

Western Ave.

Curtis St.

Evans St.

Texas St. to Williams St.

  • Western Ave
  • Curtis St.
  • Evans St.
  • Texas St. to Williams St.

East Evansville Sidewalk Study

Join us for our final community input meeting. We will be presenting the findings of the study and showing the proposed routes for sidewalk and pathway networks.

November 3, 2022
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Evansville Community Center