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February 23, 2009

Houston Parks and Recreation Department Completes SNAP Trails Projects

The Houston Parks and Recreation Department (HPARD) is happy to report the completion of the following SNAP (Super Neighborhood Action Plan) Trails Projects in District B

 District B

Houston Gardens Park - 6901 Apache - $139,500

Between a 3/8 to a half mile 8 foot wide concrete walking trail was added to the park.

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District B

Brock Park - 8201 John Ralston Road - $58,000

A 1/8 mile 8 foot wide concrete walking trail was added to the park.

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These HPARD SNAP Trail Projects are a result of citizens input and requests. A SNAP is a list of community action items for your super neighborhood. Many items included in the SNAP (Super Neighborhood Action Plan) are implemented through the Capital Improvement Plan (for example, building a multi-service center) or handled through standard operations by City departments (like cleaning weeded lots). SNAPs are issued in coordination with the budget cycle for the City. Your city council member can work closely with your super neighborhood to address SNAP items.

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