City seeks citizen feedback on concepts for the Texas and University Area Redevelopment Plan

By Matthew Ellis, Senior Planner

As College Station grows, the city must consider its residents’ needs and preferences when planning redevelopment areas. As part of the ongoing planning for the Texas Avenue and University Drive area redevelopment, the city encourages residents to participate in a meeting on Wednesday, April 26, to review conceptual scenarios.

The gathering begins at 6 p.m. at city hall. You can examine each scenario and provide feedback. Then, city leaders will consider your valued opinions in developing the final redevelopment plan.

If you can’t attend the meeting,  online engagement activities are another way to participate. The online opportunities are open from April 26-May 7.

Participation in the process gives residents a genuine voice and helps ensure the redevelopment of the Texas Avenue and University Drive area meets the community’s needs and preferences.

If you have questions or need more information, contact me at or 979-764-3570.

About the Blogger

Senior Planner Matthew Ellis has worked for the city since finishing his master’s in urban planning at Texas A&M in 2022. He previously served as the city’s long-range planner and as a GIS technician. A native of Spokane Valley, Wash., Matthew earned a bachelor’s degree in community, environment, and planning from the University of Washington in 2020.

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