Council Report: Trinity Park improvements approved


Someday when people will be able to go back to Trinity Park on a regular basis, and when they do, thanks to a charitable contribution from the Bass Foundation, it will be getting almost $1 million in facility improvements. The Fort Worth City Council, at Tuesday’s meeting, approved acceptance of $945,051 from the Bass Foundation in a design procurement agreement.

The agreement is related to the extension of Trail Drive, along with improvements to the adjacent Trinity Park.

Previously, in phase I of the project, the city entered into an agreement with the Bass Foundation that resulted in construction of a parking lot, sidewalks, trails, and landscape improvements in Trinity Park to provide enhanced public accessibility to the Van Zandt Cottage and improved parkland for Fort Worth residents.

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Tuesday’s council approval was for Phase II.

“I am pleased with the Trail Drive connection project, which both provides vehicular and pedestrian connections between University Drive and Lancaster Avenue,” said District 9 Councilwoman Ann Zadeh, in whose district the project lies.

Trinity Park is located at 2401 University Dr.