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  1. https://sparkpark.org/wordpress/ "The SPARK School Park Program works with schools and neighborhoods to develop community parks on public school grounds. Since 1983, SPARK has built over 200+ community parks throughout the Houston/Harris County area. Currently, there are 150+ active SPARK Parks. Each park is unique, with its design based on ideas and needs of the school and surrounding neighborhoods. While all of the parks are different, a typical park consists of modular playground equipment, a walking trail, benches, picnic tables, trees, an outdoor classroom, and a public art component. SPARK Parks are available for public use after the school day (including after-school programs) has ended and on weekends and holidays." School/Park Locations: https://sparkpark.org/wordpress/schools/#locations https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/education/2023/09/21/spark-parks-in-woodland-heights-neartown-among-those-being-upgraded-in-10m-campaign/ "As part of the $10 million campaign, Spark officials will build 20 new school parks in four years at several school districts across the Greater Houston area. In addition to that, the campaign also involves improving—or "resparking"—20 existing Spark parks. Sixteen schools were initially identified, including eight schools that will get new Spark parks and eight schools that will have existing parks improved."
  2. https://www.pct3.com/Explore/Parks/Parks-and-Trails-Master-Plan PDFs Full Plan: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Parks and Trails/Precinct 3 Parks and Trails Master Plan Full Report.pdf Introduction: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Introduction_2.pdf Parks Plan East of 45: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Parks and Trails/Parks Plan-East of 45.pdf Parks Plan West of 45: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Parks and Trails/Parks Plan-West of 45.pdf Trails Plan East of 45: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Parks and Trails/Trails Plan-East of 45.pdf Appendix: https://www.pct3.com/Portals/45/Documents/Appendix_2.pdf https://communityimpact.com/houston/spring-klein/government/2023/09/08/harris-county-precinct-3-releases-plan-to-enhance-countys-largest-park-system/ "Harris County Precinct 3 will undergo improvements to its parks and trails as part of a master plan that will impact an area where more than 1 million people reside within the county’s largest park system. In a news release, Commissioner Tom Ramsey announced the Precinct 3 Parks and Trails Master Plan that aims to improve, connect and grow the area’s parks and trails network. The comprehensive set of recommendations were developed for: 69 existing parks Four new parks 225 miles of new trails"
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