We connect people and places, promote active lifestyles, and advocate for the development of multi-use trails.
Maps & Plans
To see a more vibrant and active Evansville, in which multi-use trails are integrated into daily living.
“Passion, Advocacy, Collaboration, Community and Connectedness.”
In everything we do, through active living activities and programs, we will work and advocate to improve our built environment, where people of all ages and abilities can walk, run, bike and use other forms of active transportation safely and as part of their daily routine and activity.
In 2009, a small group of Evansville residents met to discuss the city's efforts to develop the Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage and their concern about the general deficiency in pedestrian and bicycle trails within our community. Their research led to studying other cities with extensive trails systems and found the common denominator being the existence of nonprofit groups that assisted their communities to help plan, educate, advocate for and promote the use of trails. By April 30, 2009, ETC was incorporated and underway! The goal then and now is to ensure an active, healthy, vibrant and economically thriving future for our community.