Liberty County: Strategic Plan 2016-2036
TTC partnered with Liberty County and brought students from across campus in the College of Architecture, College of Agriculture and College of Engineering. Eight projects were developed including 1) Vision and Goal-setting, 2) Land Use Plan and Strategic Growth Plan, 3) Master Drainage Plan, 4) Transportation Plan, 5) Asset Map, 6) Hospitality Training, 7) Marketing Materials, 8) Youth Citizen Storyteller Program. The final product was the Liberty Strategic Plan 2016- 2036, which is the official policy guide for the community’s growth over the next twenty years.
Aggie Class of '69: Traditions Plaza Design
The Class of '69 worked with a landscape architecture course to redesign a plaza on Texas A&M UNiversity's campus to focus attention to the Aggie traditions of Muster and Silver Taps.
Grimes County: Thoroughfare Plan
Because of the proposed extension of Highway 249 and the proposed high-speed rail, Grimes County took the initative to prepare for coming change and make investments in existing assets for a better future.
Bastrop Community Cares
Dickinson: Comprehensive Plan
Dicksinson developed its first Comprehensive Plan. Nestled between League City and Texas City along the Gulf Freeway south of Houston, Dickinson is home to orginial Italian settlers from Galveston, and therefore rich in history. Economic development and the desire for greater open space were two focus areas for the community.
Nolanville: 2015 Comprehensive Plan
Nolanville has embraced the challenge to grow while preserving its small town atmosphere. The city has the unique opportunity to take advantage of their extensive transportation connections and become a more integral part of the region. The comprehensive plan has adopted strategies to ensure Nolanville will develop over the following years without losing its orgional characteristics and values.
Jonestown: 2014-2015 - Multiple Projects
The City of Jonestown is the focus of three projects. 1) Quadruple Net Value Analysis report. 2) A public sewer feasibility study focused on generating creative soultions to septic and environmental conditions. 3) A transportation plan for the city to address connectivity and walkability.
Hidalgo: 2014-2015 - Comprehensive Plan
The City of Hidalgo is a growing community that takes pride in its cultural heritage. It is supported by a strong local government that works to provide the city with superior amenities and economic resources. In 1995 the City of Hidalgo partnered with Texas A&M University to create its first Comprehensive Plan. In 2014, these two entities have partnered again to create an updated Hidalgo Comprehensive Plan to guide the city's future growth and development.
La Grange: 2014-2015 - Housing Needs Study
La Grange has felt considerable growth pressures from Austin along with the discovery of oil and gas. TTC developed a Housing Needs Study for the city to help guide future growth and development. The project was completed in August 2015 and won Honorable Mention for the TX American Planning Association Student Project Award!!!