What we Heard from you

Throughout the project, the Envision Oak Point team has conducted a number of outreach events to learn more about the community's desires for the Oak Point area. Below is an overview of the types of outreach the project team has conducted thus far in the planning process and the outcomes from the community design workshop, live polling, an online survey, and written comments. Results from the June 13th Scenario Review Open House are being reviewed and will be added soon. Come back for future updates!

 

During the Community Design Workshop in March, participants were asked to identify opportunities and needs using stickers indicating different development types (i.e. residential, activity center, commercial, etc.) and transportation improvements (i.e. new pedestrian crossings, lighting, safety improvements, etc.). The slideshows below show the results of the map activity during the design workshop. 

Development Types

Transportation Improvements

During the Community Design Workshop in March, participants answered a series of polling questions to help shape the vision and vote on their priorities for the Oak Point area. The questions were also available in an online survey format for those who were not able to attend the workshop. Below are the compiled results of the polling activity and the online survey. 

 

The planning team engaged the community at pop up events in Plano to get more feedback and inform the public about the Envision Oak Point project. To get a better sense of what the community's vision is for the study area, we asked visitors what they would like to see in the Oak Point area. Below is a word cloud of the most common responses from visitors.

Most notably, preserving the existing park and open areas, more affordable housing, retail, and dining options, and additional recreational facilities and trails for bikes and pedestrians were common ideas from the public.