Schertz city staff are requesting feedback for the Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails (PROST) Master Plan.

The details

Following the approval of the Comprehensive Master Plan, Schertz staff are working with Freese and Nichols Inc. to create a 10-year plan focused around city parks and open spaces.

A website for the plan was created, giving residents the opportunity to use an interactive map to provide feedback.

Alongside the ability to map feedback, residents can provide feedback and learn more about the initiative during the Schertz Jubilee on July 4.

Additional information about the plan can be found here.

What else?

While city staff is working on the plan, park projects in Schertz continue to move forward.

In February, the city received $1.73 million in financial support for the Hilltop/Homestead Park and the West Dietz Creek Trail projects.

The city has also worked with the Great Springs Project to create a new park along Dry Comal Creek.

According to a May 13 news release, the park will provide trail connectivity for the Great Springs Trail and is along the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail. For Schertz, the trail will also connect to the Great Northern Trail, which will run from FM 1518 to around Cypress Point Park.

Additional information about Schertz trail projects can be found here.