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DENTON, TX — The City of Denton is set to host a public design workshop for Quakertown Park as part of the ongoing efforts to update the Design Downtown Denton Master Plan. The workshop will take place on Wednesday, April 17, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at the Denton Civic Center located at 321 E. McKinney St.

First implemented in 2002, the Design Downtown Denton Master Plan serves as a strategic blueprint for guiding development and addressing urban challenges in downtown Denton. With the update, the plan aims to tackle a variety of critical issues including parking, housing, the preservation of open spaces, historic preservation, drainage, infrastructure improvements, and enhancing other public services.

The upcoming workshop is designed to engage community members in the design process of Quakertown Park by presenting the project’s progress and incorporating feedback received from the public so far. The event will include a presentation outlining the project’s approach, a review of the feedback collected, and an open workshop segment. During this segment, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss conceptual plans, view examples, and contribute their own ideas and sketches.

City officials and the planning team encourage all interested residents to attend the event to share their insights and suggestions. The workshop is part of a series of public engagements intended to ensure that the community’s voice is heard and integrated into the future development of downtown Denton.

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