Topic: Urban Planning + Design

Lubbock Comprehensive Plan Honored by APA Texas

Four Freese and Nichols projects have won Project of the Year Awards from the American Planning Association – Texas Chapter. Plan […]

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Wendy Shabay
Chance Sparks

Make Online Engagement Work for Your Community

When communities went into coronavirus lockdowns and canceled public meetings starting in March 2020, some cities were determined not to […]

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Freese and Nichols

Urban Planning Service Sheet

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Wendy Shabay

San Marcos Staff Give Small Business a Boost

When the restaurant K-Bop opened in downtown San Marcos this year just off the Texas State University campus, it had […]

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Jeff Taylor

How Smart City Digital Linking Can Improve Disaster Management

Chuck Wolf, a water program manager in the Houston office who also teaches engineering at Texas A&M University, recently co-authored […]

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Wendy Shabay

Why the U.S. Census Matters for Our Work and Our Clients

At Freese and Nichols, our various planning groups regularly use U.S. Census Bureau data to forecast clients’ needs for water, […]

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Scott Vaughan

Irrigation Projects Show Their Conservation Impact

Freese and Nichols designed a money-saving system for the City of Duncanville to use water from Waterview Park (above) to […]

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Shad Comeaux

Tips For Revitalizing Your Town’s Downtown

City of Port Arthur Downtown Revitalization Plan As an Urban Planner, we’re often tasked with the great responsibility of helping […]

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Sherry Cheng Earns Landscape Architectural License

Congratulations to Yuxi (Sherry) Cheng, who has become a registered landscape architect with the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. To become registered, […]

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Freese and Nichols

Urban Planning and Design Brochure

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Alan Greer

What the Future of North Texas Will Look Like

The latest issue of the North Texas Commission’s NTX Magazine focuses on the future of North Texas and how the […]

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Henry Hartshorn

Capturing a City’s Vision for a Dynamic Public Plaza

City Hall in Colleyville, Texas, looks out on a 140-by-140-foot flat area of lawn with no trees or distinguishing features. […]

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