August 2021 Project Newsletter

Transforming the Southwestern Medical District for Health and Nature


New Ways to Share your Ideas!

VIRTUAL COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

Join your community and the Texas Trees Foundation for an interactive virtual workshop on Tuesday, September 14th from 12- 2 pm! We will be sharing our engagement findings to date and workshopping ideas for design as we move into the co-design phase.

VIRTUAL AND PRINT WALKING TOUR

How do you experience the District? Take a walking tour of Harry Hines – either in person or virtually! The tour provides opportunities for you to engage with the streetscape, identify challenges and opportunities, and explore potential alternative scenarios.


SPREADING THE WORD

In August, the Team shared the project with three different groups – the Greater Dallas Planning Council, the Oak Lawn Committee, and the North Central Texas Council of Governments Air Quality Health Monitoring Task Force.

Over 120 people attended the events to learn more about the project and hear the preliminary results from community engagement. We discussed many things, such as the community’s desire for safe and convenient ways to get around the District (walking and biking!) and the Breathe Easy monitors! Recordings of the presentations will be posted when they become available.


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Texas Trees Foundation
2906 Swiss Ave
Dallas, Texas 75204

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