City to hold second charrette meeting on Palisades Canyon Park

MGN Online
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 4:37pm

The City of El Paso's Planning Division in conjunction with the Parks & Recreation Department will hold the second public meeting the discuss the the design and obtain community feedback about the future Palisades trailhead and access improvements project.

The second charrette will be held Tuesday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Mesita Elementary School, located at 3307 N. Stanton.

The Palisades Canyon park was a 2012 Quality of Life Bond funded project, public input received during charrettes serves as a critical first step in understanding the community’s vision for this uniquely located central gateway to the Franklin Mountains State Park.

The City's Planning Division says they recognize the importance of this project to the City and would like to invite members of the community to come together to further develop their ideas for the trailhead.

You can view the findings from the first charette which was held November 18th here.


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