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Citizen Survey 2014

Every other year, the city conducts a survey of Colleyville citizens to gauge opinions and satisfaction on everything from street repair and parks to public safety and economic development. The survey was conducted in January, and the results are now in.

The survey is a key element in gauging the overall performance of the city, in addition to identifying citizen priorities and preferences.

The city received 1,323 survey responses, about 16% of all households, which is considered high. The typical response rate for this type of survey is 8-10%. It was conducted by National Service Research. This is the complete survey presentation as it was provided to the City Council.

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Water Conservation Seminar

On Aug. 8, 2013, Steve Chaney, a Tarrant County extension agent specializing in home horticulture, was the featured speaker for a free seminar on water conservation. He has a master’s degree in agricultural education and is the coordinator for the Tarrant County Master Gardener Association. During his time with the extension service, he is credited with making Tarrant County home horticulture programs some of the best in the state.

While beautiful lawns are abundant in Colleyville, the water they depend on is not. In the past three years, Stage 1 water restrictions have been instituted twice. And if conditions in the rest of the state are any indication, water restrictions may become a constant in the North Texas landscape. This water conservation seminar was intended to educate homeowners on how to have a beautiful lawn, while still conserving water.  

Glade Road Project Presentation - June 17, 2014

The June 17, 2014 pre-Council meeting was devoted to discussion of the Glade Road project.  It was the only agenda item up for discussion in the pre-council meeting; no votes are taken on a pre-council item. Councilmembers reviewed a revised presentation and recommendations from design consultant TranSystems that included various options for pavement construction, roundabout and turn-lane locations, curb type, sidewalks/trails, tree mitigation, costs, and project phases.

Volleyball League - Spring 2014

The Colleyville Parks and Recreation Department runs a youth girls volleyball league in the Spring and Fall. Information about the Fall league will be available in August.

Comprehensive Plan: Destination Colleyville

People from across the city attended the first public workshop to provide input on development of the Colleyville Comprehensive (Comp) Plan. Topics covered the range of plan elements, including: future land use, a thoroughfare plan, infrastructure needs, housing and neighborhood integrity, plans for transitional and undeveloped areas, Colleyville Boulevard, and strategies for development in key areas throughout the city. The group also chose to rebrand the comprehensive plan as “Destination: Colleyville.”  
Residents weighed in on issues and ideas related to the plan with electronic key pads, and their votes were tallied and displayed on the presentation screen—allowing the group to view their input within seconds and providing the kind of input necessary for the “Destination: Colleyville” plan to reflect the perspective of residents. Throughout the interactive meeting, residents were shown photos of commercial and residential developments, as well as suitable locations for development options and asked to vote on each.

The results of that informal vote are comprise this presentation.

Texas Junior Anglers

Texas Junior Anglers is an annual fishing event for children 16 and under that occurs in the Spring at the Colleyville Nature Center. For more information, please visit the Parks and Recreation webpage.

Summer Camp 2014

It didn’t take summer long to get into full swing, and Colleyville youngsters will have no shortage of fun and excitement at any of the city’s summer camps. From robotics to rockets, secret agents to CSI sleuths, gaming to gardening, and science to sports, there’s something to spice up everyone’s summer days. Check out some of the early summer fun here.

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