Presentation on theme: "Steering Committee Members Marta d. NewkirkNational Park Service Kathryn NicholsNational Park Service John Van De WieleFort Bend Green Kim IcenhowerFort."— Presentation transcript:
Steering Committee Members Marta d. NewkirkNational Park Service Kathryn NicholsNational Park Service John Van De WieleFort Bend Green Kim IcenhowerFort Bend Green Lisa CoxSienna Joe ChesserCity of Sugar Land Roland AdamsonThe George Foundation Beth WolfFort Bend County Darren McCarthyCity of Rosenberg Steve KillianBrazos Bend State Park Larry FoosCity of Missouri City Janis BurallVan De Wiele & Vogler
Steering Committee Vision and Study Area Plan will be Recommended Projects Brochure, Map, Facebook Page Collected Information on Facilities and Plans Conducted Interviews for Issues Public Survey for Ranking Activities Workshops for Public Input 2011: 2012: 2013:
The natural ecosystems of the Brazos River are conserved and appreciated by the community at large. The relationship of the Fort Bend community to the Brazos River is enhanced by safe public access. Land trails, paddle trails and parks are connected in a distinguished Brazos River greenway system.
Survey open from October 26 – January 11 Total Respondents: 742 49% asked to be notified of opportunities to participate in planning
43% of respondents commented 34% of commenters agreed with Vision 45% of commenters agreed but with modifications 14% wanted more emphasis on protection of natural ecosystem 18% suggested specific activities to include Only 4% disliked the river planning effort
Release results of Survey & Workshops Steering Committee review projects for duplicates and possible project combinations Divide Study Area into Segments Steering Committee to split into sub-committees for each segment Sub-committees to get community input on prioritizing projects Discuss best way to release information Final Plan Discussions