Current Trail Construction Projects
Allen Land Development Code requires private land developers to construct segments of hike and bike trails as identified on the Allen Parks and Trails Implementation Plan. Current developer-funded trail improvements are underway in the following developments:
- Alders Senior Living
- Allen Medical Office
- Allen Medical Plaza
- Angel Field East
- Connemara Crossing
- Luxe Development
- Malone Meadows
- Montgomery Farm Estates
- Montgomery Ridge
- Parkview Lane
- Pin Stack
- The Landings
- Twin Creeks Urban Center
- TxDOT Stacy Road Expansion
- Village at Twin Creeks
Cottonwood Creek Hike & Bike Trail Connection @ Allen Heritage Village
Trail construction is an ongoing project in the City of Allen. This particular trail segment of the Cottonwood Creek Trail is part of the Collin County Regional Trail System, which will complete the missing segment from Hydrous Wakeboard Park across a pedestrian bridge to the Senior Recreation Center. The 12' wide trail will also provide connection under St. Mary's drive to the Allen Heritage Village along Cottonwood Creek. This project will provide future opportunity to connect and extend the trail south to Main Street completing the last segment of the Cottonwood Creek Hike & Bike Trail through Allen.
Mustang Hike and Bike Trail Connection @ Allen Heights Drive
The Mustang Hike and Bike Trail North and South of Allen Heights will soon be connected by an At Grade Street Crossing just south of Bethany Road. This crossing is currently being designed and will provide three miles of continuous Hike and Bike Trail from Reed Park South to Plano at Chaparral Road.
Watters Hike and Bike Trail Connection @ Hidden Creek Apartments
This particular 10’ wide trail is a part of the Collin County Regional Trail System. The project will include a 12’ wide pedestrian bridge that provides connectivity from Watters Branch Development northward to Ridgeview Drive at Watters Creek Community Park. Completing this missing segment within the existing Watters Trail will create a continuous 4 miles of trail.