City unveils more ways to offer input on Texas & University Area Redevelopment Plan

By Matthew Ellis, Staff Planner

The City of College Station launched an interactive virtual engagement site for the Texas Avenue & University Drive Area Redevelopment Plan on Monday, with another public Zoom meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Feb 21.

The virtual site allows residents to participate in the public comment process, learn more about the plan, share their thoughts and ideas, and make their voices heard on issues that impact the entire community.

To access the site, visit the project website and click the “Participate Online” button. You can review the plan’s themes, provide feedback on a comment map, and read comments from other community members.

The Zoom meeting will allow citizens to ask questions and learn more about the redevelopment plan. The session runs from noon-1:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 and is open to all residents. City representatives will provide a brief overview of the planning effort and conduct a discussion activity oriented toward the plan’s goals and actions.

We encourage everyone to take advantage of our virtual engagement site and hope you will join us for the lunchtime Zoom meeting. The city genuinely values your input, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas.

If you want to be more involved in the planning effort or have questions, please visit the project website or contact Project Manager Matthew Ellis at or 979-764-3570.

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About the Blogger

Long Range Staff Planner Matthew Ellis has worked for the city since finishing his master’s degree in urban planning at Texas A&M last May. He previously served as the city’s long range planning intern and as a GIS technician. A native of Spokane Valley, Wash., he earned a bachelor’s degree in community, environment, and planning from the University of Washington in 2020.

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