who should have a say?
what would you like to see?
how do we map our future?
Now that the Bachman Area Survey is complete, the next steps continue.
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) hosted a virtual public meeting for Bachman Lake & Love Field Area Planning on Thursday, August 5 at 6 pm. This meeting continued the conversation on transportation needs and concerns for this particular area of Dallas.
Information discussed included:
Summary of mapped community comments
Ideas impacting Bachman Lake, Northwest Highway and Shorecrest
Update on the Love Field alternate entry analysis and related roadway enhancements, particularly to those mentioned in the bullet above
Opportunities and next steps for input and feedback on area improvements
View the presentation from NCTCoG
Read a summary of the meeting
Please provide your feedback directly to NCTCoG
We'll continue to provide updates and feedback opportunities on this page. In the meantime, familiarize yourself with the latest update from NCTCOG and National Parks on the Bachman Area Study.
While Friends of Bachman Lake continues to push forward its Park-first agenda, it's with great vigor that we support a greater vision for the area with Bachman Lake Park as a key component – a hub.
Together with Government, City, County and Community stakeholders, we're helping stitch together a plan for the Bachman area that will revitalize how we live, work and play.
There are many challenges ahead and lots of moving parts but with your help, we can do this!
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HAVE A SAY
Presentations, flyers and other documents including those related to the Bachman Area plans.
Prior blog posts and other articles related to area improvements and other initiatives affecting the Bachman area.
WHO SHOULD HAVE A SEAT
AT THE TABLE?
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) engaged the community through a questionnaire that will help guide them on which community stakeholders will play key roles.
GET ON THE MAP
How do you map the future of your community? You'll have that opportunity in 2021 as NCTCOG leverages its mapping technology for area residents to help plot a course for the future.