Trinity River National Water Trail Task Force
The Trinity River National Water Trail Task Force is a coordinated effort between the Trinity Coalition, the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and the communities and organizations situated on the Upper Trinity River. The Task Force was created to advance recreation, tourism, and economic development along the Water Trail.
In October 2020, the Trinity River Paddling Trail was awarded the National Water Trail designation by the National Park Service. The goal of the Task Force is to support this designation by maintaining the physical features of the trail and promoting its use as a recreational attraction for the region. NCTCOG and the Trinity Coalition are involving Parks & Recreation, Planning, Floodplain Administration, and Economic Development departments from communities along the Trail, as well as various regional, state, and nonprofit organizations relevant to the Trinity River in service of this goal.
View the Trinity Coalition’s webpage
The Task Force met on August 18, 2021, with participants joining in-person at NCTCOG's offices or through Microsoft Teams.
The first meeting of the Task Force was held virtually on April 30, 2021 through Microsoft Teams.