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The Brenham Family Park Small Area Plan

The Council-appointed Project Working Group, that includes property owners of the subject area, Councilmembers, design professionals (architects, engineers, landscapers) and city board representatives, had their first meeting on May 19, 2023. The subject area has boundless opportunities for a variety of residential, retail, commercial and recreational uses. In addition to the Public Working Group insights, the City sought public input through an online survey and a well attended Town Hall meeting.

Results

Results of the Project Working Group in collaboration with Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC)


Brenham Family Park Study Area

Area Plan map - click for pdf

While the Brenham Family Park encompasses approximately 110 acres of the site, the Small Area Plan does not include any potential commercial or residential development within the park, as it will be a passive family park.  The study area is generally bounded by the Brenham Business Center to the east, US Highway 290 to the north, the State Supported Living Center to the South, and State Highway 36 to the west.  When the Small Area Plan is complete, our hope is that it provides property owners, city staff, Commissioners, and Councilmembers a consensus as to how the remaining non-park acreage could develop when prospective developers inquire about land within the plan area.


Brenham future land use map graphic-1-large

As shown in the Brenham Family Park Small Area Plan Map, the site encompasses approximately 600 acres of mostly vacant land, generally bounded by the Brenham Business Center to the east, US Highway 290 to the north, the State Supported Living Center to the South and State Highway 36 to the west.

The Council-appointed Project Working Group, that includes property owners of the subject area, Councilmembers, design professionals (architects, engineers, landscapers) and city board representatives, had their first meeting on May 19, 2023. The subject area has boundless opportunities for a variety of residential, retail, commercial and recreational uses.

For questions or to learn more, contact Shauna Laauwe at (979)337-7215.