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

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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).

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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.

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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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The homeless problem needs to be resolved in order for the area to develop. Keep up with Salinas Park. The park is in need of major repairs.

AM0833 7 months ago
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The road In front of the state school needs to be completely repaired. You all built a beautiful park and the roads are aweful. This road is also by Del Mar College.

Janet 7 months ago
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More strict code enforcement in the area, allow new corporate businesses in the area. Allowing these businesses will boost the traffic for the small family owned businesses. City owned camera systems for assisted housing which is grant funded.

Travis 7 months ago
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Baseball fields need to be renovated. They all need upgrades. Would be nice to have the kids to have better fields to play on.

Jay 7 months ago
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We need to bring more businesses to the Westside. We have a lot of land that can be developed for businesses. We have also slowly lost schools such as Cunningham Middle School and Garcia Elementary.

Beckycb78 7 months ago
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Better drainage and street repair.

Manny Garcia 7 months ago
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It would be nice if they clean the area of drug related activity then put some housing for middle class families. It would be nice to have housing for families who make to much for low income and not enough for $1800 monthly rent.

Carlavwhite07 7 months ago
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a safe environment with plenty of shade structures and activities for the citizens of all ages.

Anna 7 months ago
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Positive changes to the area without negatively impacting the affordability or causing displacement.

Jennifer 7 months 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 7 months 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 7 months 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 7 months 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 7 months 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 7 months 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 8 months 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 8 months 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 8 months ago
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More business like Cafes, Gyms, Chain restaurants.

Erika Rivera 8 months ago
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Beautiful area

Wasan Abu-Baker 8 months 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 8 months ago
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