The Central College Station Neighborhood Plan was adopted by the City Council on June 10, 2010. The plan focuses on four goals:
1) Promote and protect the suburban residential character in the core of Central College Station balanced with the need to provide denser redevelopment options along the neighborhood fringe.
2) Improve neighborhood organizations, property maintenance, and City code compliance in owner-occupied areas to elevate the attractiveness of Central College Station’s subdivisions as an affordable, family-friendly neighborhood.
3) Promote a safe, well-connected, context-sensitive, multi-modal transportation system to better connect Central College Station to the rest of the community and its local neighborhood centers.
4) Increase awareness and participation in resource conservation efforts.
Neighborhood Plan Documents:
Table of Contents
List of Maps and Figures
Chapter 1 - Community Character
Chapter 2 - Neighborhood Integrity
Chapter 3 - Mobility
Chapter 4 - Sustainability
Chapter 5 - Implementation
Appendix A - Existing Conditions
Appendix B - Public Input Summaries
Appendix C - Short Term Priorities
Appendix D - Complete Task List
Maps Part 1
Maps Part 2
Maps Part 3
Maps Part 4
Maps Part 5
Items completed to date
Implementation of the SeeClickFix program. SeeClickFix is a web and smartphone-based application that allows citizens to report non-emergency issues to the City.
Provided property crime education to neighborhood groups. The Police Department in conjunction with Neighborhood Services met with several neighborhood groups within the Central College Station neighborhood for training on property safety and property crimes. Neighborhood watch programs have begun in the Southwood Forest and the Brandon Heights subdivision.
Completion of improvements to Brothers Pond Park. Work included the replacement of the crushed granite jogging loop with concrete, repairs to the pond retaining wall, additional trail lighting and the replacement of damaged sidewalk at the Deacon Drive entrance.
Completion of the Harvey Mitchell Parkway multi-use path. This path follows along the northwest side of Harvey Mitchell Parkway South from Welsh Avenue to Texas Avenue South.
Establishment of a neighborhood clean-up program. This program, will be offered annually to two or three neighborhoods throughout the City through an application process with Neighborhood Services and the Sanitation Division.
Completed traffic warrant studies for five intersections within the planning area. After evaluating the traffic warrant studies, all five intersections did not warrant a traffic signal or stop sign.
Adoption of two rezoning proposals within the neighborhood for the Landmark Apartments on Longmire Drive.
Construction of a sidewalk along Pedernales Drive from Balcones Drive to San Benito Drive to provide for additional pedestrian connectivity in the area. This sidewalk was identified in the plan and utilized CDBG funds to pay for improvements.
Utilized HUD funds to construct Georgie K. Fitch Park improvements. The improvements to the park consisted of a lighted jogging path, landscaping and signage.
Conducted HOA trainings and Seminar Suppers with attendance from HOA members in the Williams Court, Devonshire, Brandon Heights, Southwood Forest and Edelweiss associations.
Created Suburban Commercial zoning district .This zoning district will allow for more compatible commercial development adjacent to single-family residential areas.
Held educational Green Seminar Suppers that were attended by members of the HOA’s in the planning area.
Partnered with the Brazos Transit District to construct two future bus shelters within the planning area. These shelters will include seating and bike racks and will be located along Longmire Drive between Airline Drive and Harvey Mitchell Parkway, and Texas Avenue South between Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Brothers Boulevard. If the Texas Avenue site is not viable, the alternative site is on Longmire Drive between Treehouse Trail and Deacon Drive.
Adopted character based-zoning districts, including Suburban Commercial.
Conducted deed enforcement training.
Created an online clearinghouse for neighborhood organization.
Developed stormwater promotional activities.
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