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Left to right: Shad Comeaux, Freese and Nichols Project Manager; Sean Landis, City of Seabrook Director of Planning and Community Development; and Kimberly Mickelson, APA Texas Chapter President 

Congrats to the City of Seabrook and the Comprehensive Plan Team, whose project won a statewide honor last week.

The City of Seabrook 2035 Comprehensive Master Plan...

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The Elm Fork Athletic Complex project, now named Moneygram Soccer Park, was featured in Texas Municipal League's (TML) Texas Town & City magazine in an article featuring this year's Municipal Excellence Awards. The award, in the More than 25,000 Population category, was presented at the October TML Annual Conference.

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Brandon Gonzalez, Urban Planning + Design, Dallas, was selected to serve on the Board of the West Dallas Chamber of Commerce for 2015-2017. West Dallas, located on the western terminus of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, is experiencing unprecedented growth—new restaurants, shopping, entertainment and over 2,000 urban apartments are currently under construction. Popular destinations within West Dallas include Trinity...

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The Rotary Club of Nacogdoches invited Kevin St. Jacques, Urban Planning + Design, Dallas, as guest speaker to a meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 22.

He presented a program on livable communities, with emphasis on complete streets that incorporate safe bicycle and pedestrian usage. Kevin is an active member of the Complete Streets Coalition National Speaker's...

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The Fort Worth Star-Telegram wrote about the Division Street Master Plan. The project envisions redevelopment opportunities for Division Street, a major thoroughfare in central Arlington.

Read the article here: How to give Division Street a makeover

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Freese and Nichols is one of two firms assisting with the The City of Tyler's Medical District Area Development Plan. The plan aims to improve accessibility and establish an identity for Tyler's Midtown area, which is home to two hospitals and Tyler Junior College.

Click here to read the full article in the Tyler Morning Telegraph.

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Freese and Nichols is honored to be planning Fort Worth's Downtown Master Plan for 2023. Every 10 years Downtown Fort Worth, Inc., the City of Fort Worth and Fort Worth Transportation Authority engage in a planning process to refresh the vision and organize the steps to take during the next decade to fulfill that vision.

Plan 2023 is an opportunity for Fort Worth citizens to provide their creativity, perspective and insight for the project. Wendy Shabay, Planner and Associate at Freese and Nichols, invites you to join in the idea generation for the future downtown improvements and...

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Freese and Nichols was a member of the Vision North Texas team working with a natural resources research team to develop the Vision North Texas plan providing input related to water quality, water supply and conservation, parks and open space planning, and stormwater quality. They also facilitated several regional planning sessions.

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