The first of two public hearings which will present details of the Hunt County Thoroughfare Plan, is scheduled in Greenville Tuesday, with the second in Caddo Mills Thursday.
The results of the Hunt County plan, which is expected to coordinate with locally adopted city plans as well as plans and programs of adjacent counties and TxDOT, will be presented at a meeting at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center, 5501 Business Highway 69 South in Greenville at 6 p.m. Tuesday and at Kathryn Griffis Elementary School, 3639 FM 1565 in Caddo Mills at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Each meeting is scheduled to include an open house of map displays; a presentation and general question/answers; information stations; small group input, and discussion; followed by a review, and time for additional questions and answers. Information presented at both meetings will be identical.
Hunt County officials asked the public in May to fill out a short survey to identify where new roadways, intersection improvements, and safety enhancements are needed.
The Hunt County Plan is said to place an emphasis on county-wide mobility and connectivity and to serve to guide county growth and development by identifying the general location and type of thoroughfares needed to address anticipated short and long-range growth. The plan is expected to be completed in November 2021.