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Tristan Hill
Active Transportation Coordinator
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Planning Department
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Physical Address
201 Spring Street
Springdale, AR 72764

Phone: 479-750-8550

Fax: 479-750-8539

Active Transportation

Razorback Greenway

Springdale has some of the most beautiful trails and pathways in Northwest Arkansas. The central section of the Razorback Greenway, from Mile 14 to Mile 21, runs directly through the heart of town, providing direct access to both Downtown and Lake Springdale.  Other trails in the city's network include Shiloh Trail, Spring Creek Trail, Dean's Trail and the Pride of Springdale Trail.

Points of Interest

Regional Trails

The Razorback Greenway connects Springdale to six other communities in Northwest Arkansas, offering unparalleled access to the region's best shopping, dining, entertainment and outdoor recreation - all via the world-class 40 mile Razorback Greenway system. Click Here to visit the Razorback Greenway Interactive Map.

Transportation & Recreation

Springdale's ever-expanding trail system provides a host of alternative transportation and recreational opportunities to citizens and visitors alike, including connections to Ozark Regional Transit's on-demand and fixed bus routes.

Transportation Exhibits

In 2023 the City of Springdale completed a transportation study in order to better understand and prioritize transportation needs in the community, including needs for better access to trails, side paths and sidewalks. You can click here to view the Springdale Transportation Study Exhibits


Want to help ensure your favorite section of trail stays pristine for locals and visitors alike? The City of Springdale is accepting applications for its Adopt-A-Trail program. Any group, corporation, nonprofit organization, neighborhood association or community service organization is eligible to adopt a trail. You can click the button below for the Adopt-A-Trail handbook and application documents.

Master Trails Plan

Springdale's Master Trails Plan includes a map of existing/funded trail projects and prospective future routes intended to increase Active Transportation connections for residents across the city. You can view the Master Trails Plan map below.

Springdale Master Trails Plan Map

Dean's Trail

Construction on Dean's Trail Phase 3A began in October of 2023. This phase will take the trail from its current terminus at Highway 412/Robinson Ave. south to Don Tyson Parkway. Phase 3A is expected to be complete in early Fall of 2024. Construction on Phase 3B of Dean's Trail is expected to begin shortly after, extending the trail from Don Tyson to the north end of Lake Fayetteville and offering a second connection from the lake to Downtown Springdale, along with the Razorback Greenway.

T.G. Smith Elementary Sidewalk Safety Project

In February of 2024 a group students from Springdale's T.G. Smith Elementary presented a proposal to the city's Active Transportation Committee with a series of improvements that they hope to see in their neighborhoods and around their school in order to increase safety and awareness for students who walk to and from school each day. Their presentation is shared below so the community can see the hard work and dedication of these talented 4th grade students.

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