City Seeks Community Input on Preservation Plan
Survey to be Available in Multiple Formats during January 2021
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The City of Corpus Christi has published a community survey to gather information for its upcoming Historic Preservation Plan. All community members are invited to share their opinions through the survey, which is available in multiple formats and both English and Spanish. The survey is available online, and paper copies are available at all branches of the Corpus Christi Public Library or by request from the City. Community members can also call Priscilla Ramirez in Development Services to take the survey over the phone, and librarians are available to help people take the survey.
To take the survey over the phone, or to request a paper copy of the survey, call Priscilla Ramirez in Development Services at 361-82-3040 or send an email to DSOutreach@cctexas.com.
Paper copies of the survey and assistance are available at all Corpus Christi Public Library branches.
If you complete a paper copy of the survey, send it to Development Services:
By mail: P. O. Box 9277, Corpus Christi, TX 78469
By email: DSOutreach@cctexas.com
By fax: 361-826-3571
Drop off location: 2406 Leopard St., CCTX 78408 (Frost Bank Building, 1st floor)
All surveys must be completed and returned to Development Services by Friday, January 29.
About this project: The City of Corpus Christi Historic Preservation Plan is being funded in part through a Certified Local Government Grant from the National Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior, as administered by the Texas Historical Commission. For more information, visit https://www.thc.texas.gov/preserve/projects-and-programs/certified-local-government