Trinity Park Conservancy Unveils Plans For Harold Simmons Park In Dallas

The park would make use of the floodplain adjacent to the Trinity River. Project designers want the facility to “work with the river.”

By Bill ZeebleDecember 7, 2018 7:28 am, , , ,

From KERA:

Hundreds of people flooded into Gilley’s Thursday night for a first look at Trinity Park Conservancy’s plans for a new, 200-acre park flanking the Trinity River in Dallas. It would go in the floodplain between the Margaret McDermott and Ron Kirk bridges near downtown. The $150 million park is designed to survive — and thrive — even when the river floods.

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