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SWMD Transformation: A green place to live, work, heal, and play

Texas Trees Foundation has been working in Dallas’ Southwestern Medical District since 2016. A 2-mile stretch along the Harry Hines Corridor—the city’s biggest urban heat island—is set to undergo a transformative change that will turn it into a dedicated green space to make a visit to a clinic or hospital a little more pleasant, complete with a 10-acre park.

City of Dallas leaders
The SWMD Team meets periodically with Congressional and City of Dallas leaders, including Jasmine Crockett and Jesse Moreno, to discuss the Harry Hines streetscape project and the impact urban heat poses for cities and how the SWMD project is being used to help reduce the effects of urban heat islands in Dallas.
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