Westside Area Development Plan / Plan de Desarrollo del Área Oeste de la Ciudad

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Review the draft Westside Area Development Plan and give us your feedback. Take our online survey now through Sunday, July 17, 2022, and be entered for a chance to win an H-E-B gift card!


What neighborhoods does this include?
The "Westside Plan" includes neighborhoods such as Westside, Molina, Cliff Maus, La Cuarenta, New Addition, Saxet Heights, Westgate Heights, Highland Estates, Oak Park, Westchester Place, Ebony Acres, Mobile Estates, Dona Park, Academy Heights, Las Colonias, Los Encinos, and others (see the study area map).



About the Project
The City of Corpus Christi is currently working with the Freese and Nichols planning


Review the draft Westside Area Development Plan and give us your feedback. Take our online survey now through Sunday, July 17, 2022, and be entered for a chance to win an H-E-B gift card!


What neighborhoods does this include?
The "Westside Plan" includes neighborhoods such as Westside, Molina, Cliff Maus, La Cuarenta, New Addition, Saxet Heights, Westgate Heights, Highland Estates, Oak Park, Westchester Place, Ebony Acres, Mobile Estates, Dona Park, Academy Heights, Las Colonias, Los Encinos, and others (see the study area map).



About the Project
The City of Corpus Christi is currently working with the Freese and Nichols planning team to create a new Westside Area Development Plan. This plan will give guidance for future development in the area and identify opportunities to improve existing facilities. The plan will include conceptual drawings and implementation strategies to bring the ideas in the plan to reality.

The community’s input is needed to create the plan and the community will have several opportunities to participate. A community meeting/open house, online survey, and focus group meetings were held over the last two years to gather initial input. In Summer 2022, the community will have an opportunity to review the draft plan, attend additional open house events, and take an online survey.

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Review Community Input Received to Date (below) and access all project documents in the "Documents" section:



Acerca del Proyecto
La Ciudad de Corpus Christi está trabajando con el equipo de planificación de Freese y Nichols para crear un nuevo Plan de Desarrollo del Área Oeste de la Ciudad (Westside). Este plan será una guía para el futuro desarrollo de esta área e identificará oportunidades para mejorar las instalaciones existentes. El plan incluirá planes conceptuales y estrategias de implementación para hacer realidad las ideas del plan.

La participación del público será necesaria para crear el plan. Habrá varias oportunidades para participar por medio de una encuesta en línea y reuniones públicas.

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Revise los opiniones de la comunidad recibido hasta la fecha y encuentre a todos los documentos del proyecto en la sección "Documentos." Para documentos en español, contacte con la Gerente del Proyecto AnnikaG@cctexas.com or llame al número (361) 826-3583.

Tell us what's your priority for the future of the City's west side area? / Díganos, ¿cual es su prioridad para el futuro del área oeste de la ciudad?

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Positive changes to the area without negatively impacting the affordability or causing displacement.

Jennifer 1 day ago
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Need to revitalize Woodlawn Plaza with new businesses by providing tax incentives to business and mall owner.
This will revitalize Leopard all the way to Hwy 37. Reach out to big chain retail with the offer/incentives and no more dollar stores.

Jse 1 day ago
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It would be nice to find something we can do with the homeless, the drug addicts give them an area that they can be at and away from the public area I definitely think all the parks in the west side should have a cover over there for the hot summers

Adam Aguilar 2 days ago
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City Parks, one of the simplest areas to develop that can have a big impact on community. It's not just about replacing equipment. Needs to be well thought out, wide range of activities. Garcia Park has huge potential to bring the community together

Aaron V 3 days ago
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Agnes St and Port Ave need clearing out old abandoned buildings and junk cars yard. Neighborhoods area of Port area streets and sidewalks need to enforce to keep debris free. No littering on street.

Suzana Ortega 4 days ago
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Agnes St and Port Ave need clearing out old abandoned buildings and junk cars yard. Neighborhoods area of Port area streets and sidewalks need to enforce to keep debris free. No littering on street.

Suzana Ortega 4 days ago
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Could easily do an outdoor drive in movie theater. Would be nice to have something that can be enioyed at night.

Isaac 7 days ago
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I think the city needs to really look into cleaning up all the hookers and homeless. There are so many empty houses down Ruth and port being used for drugs. Also the park on 22nd at weggins has hookers and John’s parking in the parking lot.

Neighbor40 7 days ago
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One major transportation issue is the interchange between I-37 to NPID. It is 1-lane at 40 MPH and backs up and causes many accidents. Consider a large park/recreational area in the NPID area in the fields which would also bring family housing.

PDGarcia 10 days ago
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More business like Cafes, Gyms, Chain restaurants.

Erika Rivera 10 days ago
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Beautiful area

Wasan Abu-Baker 10 days ago
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I think the homeless on Agnes needs to be cleaned out and maybe find them at Pacific Park with the Gated area and have the city workers clean weekly

Marie 11 days ago
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Lots of green spaces, parks, safe outdoor walking, exercising, and playing spaces!

CCMeter 13 days ago
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Where to start, need more characters. When you add to the south you should be adding to the west as well. Too much to address.

Sam 13 days ago
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Upgrade track @ Salinas Park with good lighting, ensure code enforcement keeps up with eye sore homes, yards, cars, decrepit bldgs on Port and Ayers.

Dguerra62 14 days ago
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Library, park play equipment for Oak Park, grocery store for downtown, find housing for the homeless, enforce code violations, bus benches and covers

JimLisa 14 days ago
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The billboards display more alcohol advertisements than educational. Access to mental health and job training. Build a library in the community.

AG 14 days ago
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We need ADA sidewalks in saxet heights homes and community. The community garden needs to be ADA. A lot of abandoned homes.

Sunshine 15 days ago
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Our children's baseball/softball parks need renovation. They have been run down for years.

JGV 15 days ago
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The city would look so much better if the tall grass, debris, and litter could be cleaned up. I would suggest volunteers sign up to beautify our city

Md 15 days ago
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