Hundreds of landscape architects, engineers, professors, students, and residents gathered for a full day of discussion centered around Brackenridge Park.
Some projects that align with the master plan are already included in the proposed 2017 Municipal Bond that will go to voters on May 6.
At 1,500 acres, The Presidio of San Francisco is one of the largest and arguably one of the most unique urban national parks in the country.
The revised Brackenridge Park Master Plan, which will go in front of City Council in February, was informed by community input from event-based activities.
The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department will host a series of events at Brackenridge Park in October and November to showcase the Brackenridge Park Draft Master Plan and how it can improve the existing park.
Despite heavy rainfalls, a few hundred people streamed steadily into Koehler Pavilion to celebrate San Antonio’s German heritage and Brackenridge Park.
To the citizens who attended one or more of the eight public input meetings for the Brackenridge Park Master Plan: it seems your voices were heard loud and clear.
The Brackenridge Park Master Plan draft was presented and discussed at several public meetings across San Antonio over the last few months, but some community members fear implementation of the plan will forever change the essence of the city’s largest urban core park.
A heated discussion about the Brackenridge Park Master Plan took place at Ramirez Community Center Wednesday evening during one of the last scheduled public input sessions before the draft goes before City Council for a vote in August.
More than 100 citizens poured into The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Monday afternoon to express concerns about the Brackenridge Park Master Plan during the fourth of six public meetings this summer hosted by the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. Some citizens provided input to help develop the vision for the proposed park plan, but many citizens told master plan designers that the proposed changes aren’t wanted or needed.