The Allen Creek Greenway Conservancy is a nonprofit advocacy group for Allen Creek, founded by builder Joe O’Neal.

The web site features a helicopter tour of the greenway, which is proposed to run alongside the Ann Arbor Railroad from Michigan Stadium to Argo Pond.

In May 2014, the conservancy held a community design charrette to get input for a master planning process that's expected to begin in September.

Board members (as of spring 2014): Bob Galardi (president), Jonathan Bulkley, Hank Byma, Francesca Cassara, Wayne Colquitt, Janine Easter, Steve Easter, Kate Harris, Darren McKinnon, Roy Muir, Joe O’Neal, Alice Ralph, Brian Talbot

Advisory council members (as of spring 2014): Linda Berauer, Bonnie Bona, Kathy Clark, Clan Crawford, Paul Dimond, John Fingerle, Jennifer Santi Hall, Noah Hall, Steve Hamp, Jeff Hauptman, Norman Herbert, Frank Johnson, Nancy Kaplan, Chris Kolb, Rita Mitchell, John Nystuen, Mike Quinn, Maya Savarino, Martin Schwartz, Margaret Wong

In the news

$200K for greenway trail plan included in Ann Arbor city budget – MLive, April 22, 2015

Supporters see greenway as 'jewel' for Ann Arbor – Ann Arbor Journal/Heritage Newspapers, April 22, 2014

Next steps for Ann Arbor greenway project uncertain after grant funds denied – MLive, Jan. 17, 2014

Allen Creek Greenway Conservancy gets $21K boost to advance greenway vision – MLive, July 12, 2013

Visioning the Allen Creek Greenway: Designing a Path, Creating a Place – April 2012 research paper by Peter Sanderson, Jordan Sebastian & Ariel Shaw, students in the Master of Landscape Architecture program at the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment.

Around Ann Arbor: Ann Arbor City Council votes to support Greenway Park and Arts Center – Michigan Daily, March 29, 2011

Ann Arbor City Council greenlights plot for potential new greenway park and arts center – Concentrate, Feb. 23, 2011