FitzKaty Community Development Association Meeting
December 6, 2017 – 6:00 PM
March 7, 2018 – 6:00 PM
June 6, 2018 – 6:00 PM
Location – TBA
Improving Fitzhugh Avenue
SMU Students Provide Recommendations in Case Competition
Team Red Strategy: Lance Brooks, Trevor Dickey, Vinita Mundluru, Kaci Rood & Angela Wang. Traffic Simulation: Drew Brunts, Hailey Phelps & David Smith
SMU Students Team Blue – Strategy: McKenzie Adams, Kelsey Bosne, Edward Li, Iqra Parupia, Melissa Spaulding, Amanda Woodruff. Traffic Simulation: Drew Brunts, Hailey Phelps & David Smith
This project was conducted by SMU students enrolled in ANTH/APSM/MNO 4307 Global and Public Health with Prof. Eric Bing. Traffic simulation was conducted by students enrolled in SMU EMIS 4395 Senior Design with Prof. Dick Barr. Students received support from the FitzKaty Community Development Association and the Better Block Foundation. The project was conducted for educational purposes only. Opinions expressed do not reflect those of the FitzKaty Community Development Association, the Better Block Foundation or Southern Methodist University.
SMU Students Aim to Save Lives at Busy Intersection – NBC4 (April 27, 2017)
The FitzKaty Community Development Association supports the well-being of individuals, families, organizations and businesses in the neighborhoods that surround Fitzhugh Avenue at the Katy Trail in Dallas. We accomplish this by working to ensure that the neighborhoods, parks and roadways in the FitzKaty community are safe, clean and well maintained.
The Katy Trail is a gem in the heart of Dallas, where individuals and families can bike, run, skate or simply go for a leisurely walk with friends or a dog. More than 20,000 people use the Katy Trail each week. It’s clean, safe and open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year.
It’s developed, managed and maintained for the community by Friends of the Katy Trail, a non-profit organization and supported by community volunteers and donations.
Sign the Petition – No More Late Night Outdoor Bars on the Katy Trail