Montrose residents will be asked to provide input on the future development of the Inner Loop neighborhood at a public input meeting Sept. 10. (Matt Dulin/Community Impact Newspaper)
A study is underway to help the Montrose Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone develop a long-range plan for the area, and its first public input session is scheduled this week.
Consulting firm Asakura Robinson is leading the Livable Centers study, part of a Houston-Galveston Area Council program designed to help communities develop comprehensive plans for public infrastructure and development.
The Montrose public workshop will be held virtually Thursday, Sept. 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with streams available through both Zoom and Facebook.
The Montrose TIRZ is funded through a portion of property tax collections within its defined boundaries. It has an approved budget of $167 million, based on projected revenues over the next 25 years, according to city records. Its project budget is divided into four categories—corridor improvements, affordable housing, parking and cultural amenities.
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