Projects

Trinity River Vision projectsThe Trinity River Vision is a master plan for 88 miles of the Trinity River and its major tributaries in Fort Worth. More than a decade in the making, the master plan was conceived by volunteers and community leaders, and adopted by city, county and state officials. The master plan will preserve and enhance the river corridor so they remain essential greenways for open space, trails, neighborhood focal points, wildlife and special recreation areas. Click on each of the below Trinity River Vision projects to learn more about this revolutionary effort to strengthen the bond between Fort Worth and the Trinity River.

 
Panther Island / Central City

The most well-known of all Trinity River Vision projects is the plan to create an urban waterfront community to the north of downtown Fort Worth. This plan is known by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) simply as "Central City", but to most of the public it is called "Panther Island" (formerly Trinity Uptown).

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Gateway Park Master Plan

Another exciting component of the Central City portion of the Trinity River Vision is the revitalization of Gateway Park. The plan will include a major restoration of the park's ecosystem, provide numerous and diverse recreational amenities and provide the necessary flood storage to ensure the viability of the Central City flood control project. The plans are likely to spur positive economic development around the park.

 

Gateway Park Fort Worth Texas
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TRV Experience

Click here to visit the new TRV Experience interactive trail map to discover over 90 Trinity River Vision projects that are underway on the river. These projects will not only connect YOU to the trails, but make it even more enjoyable once you're there!

 

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