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South Houston Livable Centers Study is the first major visionary plan for the community!
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The project is funded through a partnership between H-GAC, Harris County Precinct 2, and TxDOT. The study boundary will encompass the incorporated boundary of the City of South Houston. The goal of this plan is to create a neighborhood integrated and connected to its immediate and larger, regional surroundings by building a walkable, transit-friendly community with enhanced access to employment opportunities, civic infrastructure, and amenities, and promote healthy lifestyles through increased connectivity of greenspace and trails that can improve people’s daily lives.

Community engagement feedback

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Thank you for joining us at the Futbolito and Avenue A Park this summer! You stamped and drew on play sheets, wrote on comment cards, and talked to us about your aspirations, ideas, and vision for South Houston.

 

Some of the visions from your play sheets are shown below. The play sheets are focused on current activity areas like Avenue G and the sports fields around it, the public library and Avenue A Park, and the South Houston City Park near city hall.  

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In addition to your drawings and stamps, the word diagram below shows frequent phrases and words from some of your most common comments.

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Our work doesn’t stop here. We will now synthesize and use your feedback about your city to develop a South Houston playbook of recommendations and strategies for getting the ideas realized. We hope to see you at our next community meeting where we will share our recommendations.

Project Schedule

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What is a Livable Center Study?

A small area study that encourages a complimentary mix of land uses that are designed to be walkable, connected, and accessible by multiple modes of transportation, including bus, bike, foot, or vehicle (multi-modal). Established in 2008, the Program works with local communities to reimagine auto-focused infrastructure, policies, and programs to be more multi-modal friendly.

What’s next?

We want to hear from you at our final community meeting this fall!

 

Sign-up to the study’s mailing list to receive notifications of project updates, community meetings, and new documents.  And please share this website with your family and friends!

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