What is a Trailblazer?
Trailblazers are trails advocates, those who utilize our trails—walkers, hikers, cyclists, runners, skaters, moms, dads, grandparents, kids, teenagers, and everyone—young and old. We define our Trailblazers and groups as those who engage in activities that utilize all of our local amenities, such as our Greenway, our parks, our multi-use trails, sidewalks and our bike lanes. The City of Evansville and Vanderburgh County has many wonderful amenities to enjoy! Our goal is to create opportunities for you to engage in places you have yet to explore!
Join our Trailblazer community and help us advocate for connectivity for active transportation and recreation options in and near the neighborhoods we live and in every district!
Since 2009, we have been working to bring people together, connecting people to places that promote active lifestyles in the City of Evansville and Vanderburgh County. Whether on the Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage, the Joan Marchand Bridge, hosting running, walking, bicycling events, or advocating for trails projects, we believe city transformation can happen when a group of individuals rally around a common idea, taking collective action together. We're building a coalition of community members who desire a network of safe, connected, shared-use pathways throughout our city.