The Spring Branch Management District is undertaking a Livable Centers project study to help strengthen the heartbeat of the Spring Branch Community—Long Point Road. That means more business and community opportunities, more walkable spaces and more parks. You can find out more about the Livable Centers projects here.
If you’ve been keeping up with the project study, you’ll know that we’ve already done some work finding out exactly what it is you love about this neighborhood, and how the Livable Centers project can continue to make your quality of life even better.
For those of you who are new to the project, here’s what we’ve done so far:
- We sent out a community survey to Spring Branch residents, asking them about the things in the neighborhood they thought were great, what could be better and what would make welcome additions to our community. We had over 1,000 amazing responses.
- We hosted a community event coinciding with the Spring Branch Management District’s annual holiday party, where we discussed the opportunities for change on Long Point Road, areas of interest and examples of what a Livable Centers project could accomplish. You can see the presentation here. Over 80 people came to share their feedback with us.
- March 5th, 2018: Save the date! Spring Branch Management District and our partner SWA will host a community meeting to share how our findings from the survey and the first community meeting have helped shape and narrow our recommendations for Long Point Road. This will be an opportunity for you to come share your thoughts and feedback with the project team while enjoying complimentary food and beverages. Be sure to follow our Facebook page for updates on location and timing.
Here’s what you can expect in the future:
- A second community survey: we’ll be sending out a second community survey, which will be dictated by the feedback we receive at our March 5th community event.
- A final community event: after our rounds of feedback, we’ll host our last community event to share our recommendations for the Livable Centers project.
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