KITSELMAN TRAILHEAD CONCEPT
CITY OF MUNCIE
Kitselman Trailhead is a multifaceted project that will function as an East Gateway to the city and will concurrently connect the Cardinal Greenway and the White River Greenway. It presents an opportunity to celebrate the surrounding neighborhoods. It also demonstrates how Ball State University and the community can work together to find innovative solutions. 

Conceptual designs and graphics developed by Ball State students provided support for grant applications, resulting in the creation of the Kitselman Trail Head project. 

A survey was completed in 2013 and the project is now moving into design phases.


 
 
URBAN LANDSCAPES
Muncie Bike Lanes / Parking
MITS Route of Travel

Arts and Culture Trail
Munseetown Square
City Hall Xeriscaping
Parks Department Visualization
Banner Program Conceptural Designs
Cornerstone Conceptual Design
Ross Center Baseball Conceptual Designs
Kitsleman Trailhead
Paver Installation
Dutro Woods Conceptual Design

NATURAL LANDSCAPES
Buck Creek Stream Restoration
Humane Society Stream Restoration
Grandview Stream Restoration
Burlington Logjam Removal & Bank Stabilization
Cardinal Greenways Stream Restoration
Prairie Creek Reservoir Toe Stabilization
Prairie Creek Reservoir Bank Stabilization
White River Levee Bioengineering
White River Levee Management
Mounds State Park Low Impact Trail Design
Prairie Creek Reservoir Trails
Minnetrista Swale & Retention Cascade
Red-tail Nature Preserve
Cardinal Greenway Bridges
John M Craddock Wetland Nature Preserve





 

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