What is the Trinity River Corridor Project?
The Trinity River Corridor Project is one of the most monumental public works and economic development projects in Dallas’ history. Trinity Watershed Management is the department overseeing the Project, which began in its current form with the approval of the 1998 Bond Program and a later 2006 Bond Program. Today, many project teams and interagency partners are focused on delivering four major components that make up the project; always mindful that flood control is the first priority. The additional components of the Project are recreation, environmental stewardship, and business development. The Trinity River Corridor Project covers 20 miles or approximately 10,000 acres along the Trinity River. The project area begins at Webb Chapel in the north and stretches along the river to slightly past I-20 in the south.
Where is the Trinity River Park?
What is an overlook?
Harold Simmons Park Questions
Where is Harold Simmons Park?
Why was this area chosen as the first phase of the Plan?
Why would we build a Park in a flood zone?
When and how will the residents of Dallas have a chance to be involved in the design process?
What is the timing of this Park?
Who is overseeing the Park?
Who was the main donor to the Park?
How is the Conservancy funded?
What is a Local Government Corporation (LGC)?