City of Allen launched a Neighborhood Pilot Project for Fountain Park to make enhancements to entryway features and start conversations about future projects amongst neighbors.
As a Non-HOA neighborhood, the City recognizes there is no formal structure or funding mechanism for maintaining shared spaces. Through the pilot project, manageable projects will enhance some of these shared spaces. The City will assist with the cost of some of the larger aspects of the project, with neighborhood residents assisting with volunteer labor, ongoing maintenance, as well as planning the best block party your neighborhood has ever seen!
If you have questions about this project, contact Senior Planner David Powell by email or call 214.509.4180.
Below is the pilot project timeline and expected action items associated with the process.
STEP ONE [COMPLETE]: Neighborhood meeting to collect feedback from resident
STEP TWO [COMPLETE]: City and Resident Committee finalize scope of project (work to be completed, City role, neighborhood role, timeline)
STEP THREE [PENDING]: Organize workday(s) for neighborhood residents
STEP FOUR [PENDING]: City coordinates implementation of City improvements
STEP FIVE: Celebrate project completion with block party or more!
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