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

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

The Westside Area Development Plan was adopted by the City Council on January 10, 2023. Sincere thanks to the community and all involved who helped create and review this plan!

Access all of the project documents, including community input, in the "Project Documents" section to the right of the screen.


About the Project
The City of Corpus Christi worked 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 strategies

The Westside Area Development Plan was adopted by the City Council on January 10, 2023. Sincere thanks to the community and all involved who helped create and review this plan!

Access all of the project documents, including community input, in the "Project Documents" section to the right of the screen.


About the Project
The City of Corpus Christi worked 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 strategies to bring the ideas in the Plan to reality.

The planning team used the community’s input to create the plan. Two community meetings/open houses, two surveys, five advisory committee meetings, and four focus group meetings were held over the last two years to gather input. Review the "Project Documents" section to the right for more information.

What neighborhoods does this study area 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).

Sign Up for Email Announcements!
The best way to stay up-to-date about this project and opportunities to give input is to sign up for emails. Please CLICK HERE to sign up for email updates.



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.

Revise los documentos del proyecto incluyendo los opiniones de la comunidad en la sección "Documentos." Para documentos en español, contacte con la Gerente del Proyecto a la derecha.

¡Regístrese para recibir avisos por correo electrónico!
La mejor manera de mantenerse informado sobre el plan es inscribiéndose para recibir correos electrónicos. Regístrese AQUI para recibir correo electrónico.

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?

250 characters left
loader image
Didn't receive confirmation?
Seems like you are already registered, please provide the password. Forgot your password? Create a new one now.

Please take the time to add some cycling things for the huge bicycle community in this town. So far, everytime something is done, all the cycling related ideas are deleted from the plan

Jason about 1 month ago
characters left

Please consider making bike trails separate from walking trails as it’s part of municipal code to separate the two and bicycle impeding foot traffic is not permissible. Please also include public bike fix stations. Thank you for your consideration.

Melanie about 2 months ago
characters left

Is your future planning map off? It seems that Trojan Dr is on the wrong side of West Point. Map is missing National Dr. and Linda Vista on the other side of West Point. The other Columbia St is missing. There are two Columbia's divided a ditch.

Esmergut 3 months ago
characters left

That in a clean and safe environment, children will have good schools, educational and recreation facilities and resources.
Also building or upgrading the infrastructure in the whole area.

Maxwell 6 months ago
characters left

More greenspace (parks and nature walks).

Robert Lewis 6 months ago
characters left

Tear down or fix old closed down business on Agnes, they are an eyesoar, need more landscaping in area

Mariposa 7 months ago
characters left

Upgrade neighborhood parks, more biking paths. More entertainment/restaurants. The West and Northsides deserve to be treated like the Southside!

Jay 7 months ago
characters left

Reduce crime and encourage more business development both small and large

S Alvarez 7 months ago
characters left

Start off by improving the streets. Improvements in lighting around the parks would deter vandalism. Biking trails would also be appreciated.

Ben 7 months ago
characters left

Better sidewalks and landscaping

OJL 7 months ago
characters left

Better sidewalks and landscaping.

OJL 7 months ago
characters left

Lit trails and sidewalks.

app361 7 months ago
characters left

The kids base ball fields. They look terrible and our kids deserve better

Heather 7 months ago
characters left

Good evening
I would like to see street improvements, affordable housing and shopping opportunities. Improve police presence and transit.
I applaud the city for conducting this study, but I wonder if this is just a pipe dream.

bbryan57 7 months ago
characters left

I think this is a great plan for the comunity.

cindyh2 7 months ago
characters left

More playground for children as toddler ages. More green areas, exercise areas. Street repairs. Homeless problems need to be solved.

Lucy C. 7 months ago
characters left

The permanent open spaces, residential home increase, and the development of stores and programs within the area. I like the shops to be added.

Adriane Ferraro 7 months ago
characters left

Do analysis to identify exactly what the problem(s) are in the area in question. I imagine fatherless homes, high teen pregnancy rate, quality of life issues, high dropout rate lead the way. Then set short term goals and make measurable progress.

Marc G 7 months ago
characters left

I was about to try to figure out who was in charge of this area as I have been attending the soccer games on Sundays. Alot of families enjoy being out there as spectators and the fields are very uneven and dry.

AnnaM 7 months ago
characters left

To revitalize that part of town. That side of town is known for being old and dirty. It needs to be revamped and modernized. New parks, new restaurants, and new amenities.

Justin De La Rosa 7 months ago
characters left
Page last updated: 03 Feb 2023, 11:32 AM