Canyon City Hosts Open House to Get Public Input on Downtown Master Plan

The Canyon City Master Plan team held an open house Thursday at a local library to get citizen input on the future of the downtown community.

The city chose Freese and Nichols over seven other firms as the engineering, planning and consulting firm to shape the future of its downtown. Selected for its expertise in planning over 40 city centers, the firm reached out to the community through surveys, committees and meetings to find out what residents thought was needed to improve the experience of the center. -ville for the city. The online survey generated 248 responses to help guide many of the ideas on offer, officials said.

City planner Chance Sparks represented Freese and Nichols on this project, who worked on projects in downtown Buda, Victoria and Midlothian. Sparks spoke enthusiastically about downtown development.

“It’s one of my favorite types of projects. It’s like downtown is the personality of a place, ”said Sparks. “We want to work on issues specific to the Canyon Town Square. “

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