As an inaugural project from the 15 Projects selected for the 15th anniversary, Brazos Bluff will add a much-needed stopping point along the Trail for people to pull off the Trail to take a quick stretch, meet for a lunch picnic, contemplate or more.
The parkland adjacent to the Four Seasons is steeply sloped, causing significant erosion of the Trail and the riparian edge when it rains. Designed by Pharis Design, this project will address the stormwater that flows across this site in an aesthetically pleasing and ecologically sensitive manner that prevents further erosion of the Trail and the lake edge. This will include a deck along the Trail for users to gather or rest as well as to protect the existing shade trees’ sensitive roots. The estimated cost for this project is $375,000.
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