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Fort Bend County Heritage Unlimited Museum: Recreational Site Plan Project
Texas Target Communities worked on a recreational site planning project with the people of Fort Bend County Heritage Unlimited Museum and City of Kendleton over the summer of 2016. The museum officials had approached TTC ...
Brownwood Comprehensive Plan 2012
(Texas A&M University, 2012)
Three courses were devoted to the assessment of past and current community conditions and made recommendations of projected growth in the following areas: economic development, housing, land use mapping, zoning mapping, ...
Hidalgo Comprehensive Plan 2015-2035
(Texas A&M University, 2015-08)
Hidalgo Comprehensive Plan 2035 provides a guide for the future growth of the city. This document was developed by Texas Target Communities in partnership with the City of Hidalgo.
Richwood State of the Community 2010
(Texas A&M University, 2010)
Three courses developed the plan, assessing current conditions of all community components, including, demographics, infrastructure and transportation, land use development, facilities management, environmental conditions ...
Grimes County Thoroughfare Plan
(Texas A&M University, 2016-04)
Grimes County is facing growth pressures due to the expansion of Highway 249 and the proposed high speed rail. This plan articulates community priorities and values, presents case studies, and reveals existing conditions--current ...
La Grange, Texas Housing Needs Assessment
(Texas A&M University, 2015-06)
The City of La Grange has been experiencing growth at a higher rate than expected in the City’s comprehensive plan. Due to this, the City is nearing build out capacity and housing has become limited. Local real estate agents ...
Vulnerability Assessment for Hood County, TX
(Texas A&M University, 2015-04)
Looking forward, we mapped the 100-year and 500-year floodplains in the County. A 100-year floodplain indicates areas that have a 1% chance each year of flooding. The majority of the floodplain follows the Brazos River, ...
Traditions Plaza Conceptual Design
The Class of '69 worked with one landscape architecture course to develop a redesign of a plaza on campus to focus attention to the Aggie traditions of muster and silver taps.
Neighborhood Detox: Enhancing Resilience in a Hazard Vulnerable Area
Enhancing resilience in physically vulnerable areas and amongst socially vulnerable populations is most effective with participation from the local community. Engaging population groups who are often left out of the ...
Gonzales Comprehensive Plan
Gonzales Comprehensive Plan Five courses were devoted to the development of the comprehensive plan. Students assessed past and current conditions and projected growth in the following areas: transportation and infrastructure, ...