Scenic City Map

This map showcases the 66 certified Scenic Cities in Texas. Hover over an icon on the map to see a city’s certification level and three scenic infrastructure standards highlights. Or, click on the city in the list below to find its location on the map. 

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Bastrop Bronze 1311 Chestnut St, Bastrop, TX 78602 Highlights
  • In the heart of the Lost Pines, the city of Bastrop values its historic roots and boasts the nickname “The Most Historic Small Town in Texas.” Bastrop is transforming its downtown with a long term Illustrative Vision.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Beaumont Bronze 801 Main Street, Beaumont, TX Highlights
    • Initiated a $500,000 Beautification plan and completed median plantings throughout the city (including replacement of asphalt with landscaped areas at TXDOT overpasses)
    • Calder Street is the City's first "Complete Street" incorporating street trees, buried utilities, brick sidewalks, bike lanes and decorative lighting
    • Strong landscaping ordinances
Bedford Bronze 2000 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, TX 76021

Understanding that the more a community does to enhance its unique set of assets -- whether natural, man-made or cultural – the better positioned it will be for growth, the City of Bedford is currently in an era of revitalization and rebranding, balanced with planned economic growth, geared around enhancement of public roadways and public spaces.  And one result of this strategic planning is that in its first application to the Scenic City Program in 2017.

Bee Cave Gold 400 Galleria Parkway, Bee Cave, Texas 78738 Highlights
      As one aspect of meeting its stated mission to offer a balanced and progressive vision for future development and growth, Bee Cave has folded its participation in the Scenic City program into its Comprehensive Plan process. Its Scenic City assessment made particular note of the City’s impressive design standards and well-articulated sign ordinance.

      Certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Belton Gold 333 Water St. Belton, TX 76513 Highlights
    Belton embraces its heritage and celebrates historic preservation. The city preserves trees, places plantings and parks in its detention areas, and has a vibrant adopt-a-street program.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Benbrook Gold 11 Winscott Rd, Benbrook, TX 76126 Buda was recognized as a Scenic City largely for its strong streetscape landscaping criteria and thoughtful sign regulations. Its Scenic City certification is a strong complement to the Certificate for Planning Excellence awarded by the American Planning Association in 2015.

First Certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Buda Gold 121 Main St Buda, TX Highlights
      This city has special appeal and that’s not by accident. Its Scenic City assessment recognized innovative landscaping standards, five special districts all with distinct design guidelines and appreciation for its historic heritage. This small city meets the high standard of 10 acres of park per 1,000 citizens.

      Certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Bulverde Silver 30360 Cougar Bend, Bulverde, TX 78163

Bulverde was a new participant in the Scenic City Certification Program in 2017.  Bulverde was very intentional about evaluating its infrastructure standards and then devising a methodology to build upon them.  Bulverde is hard at work to incorporate best practices into its landscape ordinance, sign regulations and park development.  This thoughtful planning bore fruit! 

Cedar Hill Gold 285 Uptown Blvd. Cedar Hill, TX 75104 Highlights
      The City places a high emphasis on parks and greenspaces, managing and maintaining 32 park properties, including six community parks, 17 neighborhood parks, one special purpose park, three nature preserves and four greenbelts. And Cedar Hill has established standards that highlight the city’s historic district.

      Original Certification in 2011 * Re-Certification in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Cedar Park Platinum 450 Cypress Creek Road Cedar Park, Texas 78613

Highlights

    • Maintains the Cedar Park Conserves program which educates citizens on water management and supply, solid waste and recycling, energy, transportation and mobility, air, land use and community planning
    • Has strict regulations regarding the upkeep and protection of Heritage Trees
Cibolo Gold 200 S. Main Street, Cibolo, TX 78108 Highlights
    Dubbed the “City of Choice,” Cibolo can connect its strong infrastructure standards -- landscape guidelines, graffiti and litter ordinances and solid sign regulations -- directly to its economic development success. In so doing, Cibolo is shaping a distinctive sense of place and community character.

    Certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
College Station Silver 1101 TX-6BUS, College Station, TX 77840 Highlights
  • • College Station is home to a major university! And in addition to all those Aggies, its parks and green spaces abound. The city’s visual appeal is further complemented by its strict sign code and its use of natural resources through the Greenways and Stormwater Management Programs.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Colleyville Silver 100 Main Street, Colleyville, Texas 76034 Highlights
    • McPherson Park, a unique combination of historical buildings and park facilities along with the only public wind sculptures in a Texas park
    • Maintains an impressive nature center for public use including ponds, extensive trails, and an outdoor amphitheater for outdoor education classes
Corinth Bronze 3300 Corinth Pkwy Corinth, TX Highlights
    • Received full points for its off-premise sign regulations
    • Has stringent on-premise sign control
    • Requires that all utilities be underground
Cuero Gold 212 E. Main St., Cuero, Texas 77954

Highlights

    • Cuero is a growing city dedicated to preserving its cultural, historical and natural character. And did you know Cuero is Spanish for rawhide? In 2015, Cuero developed a Unified Development Code to bring its built environment in line with the community’s long term vision.



Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020

Denton Bronze 215 E McKinney St, Denton, TX 76201 Highlights
      The City boasts eight special purpose and overlay districts with strong unity of design standards. The impressive Main Street Program preserves and markets the downtown area as a community treasure.

      Certified in 2015 as Bronze * Ranked up in 2016 to receive Gold Certification * Re-Certification Year 2020
Double Oak Recognized 320 Waketon Rd, Double Oak, TX 75077 Highlights
    • Received full points for its off-premise sign regulations
    • Has stringent on-premise sign control
    • Requires that all utilities be underground
Dripping Springs Gold 511 W Mercer St, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 Highlights
    • First International Dark Sky Community in Texas
    • Dripping Springs' Downtown Historic District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its architecture and community planning and development significance
    • One of the first cities in the state to adopt a Conservation Design Subdivision Ordinance to preserve hallmark scenic vistas
El Campo Silver 315 E. Jackson, El Campo, TX 77437 Highlights
    Before ever applying to the Scenic City program, the City was very intentional about evaluating its infrastructure standards and then devising a methodology to build upon them, including consultations with other cities to incorporate best practices into its landscape ordinance, sign regulations and park development. This thoughtful planning bore fruit when El Campo emerged from the Scenic City assessment with a Silver certification.

    Certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Fairview Platinum 372 Town Pl, Fairview, TX 75069 Highlights
      Fairview earned nearly full certification points in every evaluation category. The Scenic City Certification Program took particular note of historical sites that are maintained throughout the town, with focus on the railroad route that once ran through Fairview. Impressively, all town construction projects must include public art.

      Originally Certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Flower Mound Platinum 2121 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound, TX 75028 Highlights
    • Has an ordinance that prohibits all digital signage
    • Has parks that have an extensive, well-marked trail system
    • Specifically prohibits moving vehicular signage
Fort Worth Gold 1000 Throckmorton, Ft. Worth, TX 76102 Highlights
    Fort Worth exemplifies a city employing vision, management and control to protect the features that make it so special. Its local policies, as assessed by the Scenic City program, shape the growth and development that in turn drive economic development. Fort Worth embraces its Western culture and heritage, treasures and cares for the Trinity River, conserves and enhances its public spaces, and celebrates design, character and livability.

    Certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Friendswood Bronze 416 S Friendswood Dr Friendswood, TX Highlights
    • Strong on-premise and off-premise signage standards
    • Strong unity of design standards
    • Strict prohibition on dumping
Frisco Platinum 6101 Frisco Square Blvd Frisco, Texas 75034 Highlights
    • Fairview earned nearly full certification points in every evaluation category. The Scenic City assessment took special note of the City’s progressive initiatives to direct that a percentage of capital funds be used for public art, and to establish 10 separate districts, each with clear and distinct design standards.

      Originally Certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Georgetown Gold 113 E. 8th St. Georgetown, Texas 78626 Highlights
    • Georgetown, in Central Texas, is a city with urban style and southern charm! Centered around a beautiful town square, the city has a strong public arts program and its award winning Sidewalk Master Plan outlines projects for the next 10 years.

      Originally certified in 2010 * Re-Certified in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Granbury Silver 16 W Bridge St, Granbury, TX 76048 Highlights
    • Granbury’s motto is “Where Texas History Lives” and is committed to the preservation of its historic landmarks. Granbury has two historic overlay districts and a Historic Preservation Commission. In addition, Granbury’s landscaping ordinance requires tree preservation and plantings in all parking lots.

      Originally certified in 2010 * Re-Certified in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Grapevine Silver 200 S. Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051

Highlights

    • Grapevine’s motto is “aged to perfection.” This city between Dallas and Fort Worth boasts an Historic Main Street and expansive parks, trails and open spaces that attracts visitors from afar each year – in part to visit the growing number of wineries in the area!


Originally Certified as Recognized in 2011 * Re-Certified Early in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020

Heath Silver 200 Laurence Drive Heath, Texas 75032 Highlights
      Heath has growing trail system and two high-amenity municipal parks, including one that incorporates the Lake Ray Hubbard shoreline. Where feasible, groomed trails serve as pedestrian walkways in place of concrete sidewalks. Its well-conceived Sign Code ensures that business and wayfinding signage complement – and don’t dominate -- the built and landscaped environments.

      Originally Certified as Bronze in 2011 * Re-Certified as Gold in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Horseshoe Bay Gold 1 Community Dr, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657

Highlights

    • Horseshoe Bay is a unique town with no existing billboards and a stringent on-premise sign ordinance. The City also boasts underground power lines to preserve its small town appeal.



Originally certified in 2010 * Re-Certified in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020

Houston Silver 901 Bagby Houston, TX 77002 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes including sign regulation and landscaping
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
    • Clearly-stated unity of design standards
    • Firm prohibition on the conversion of existing non-electronic billboards to digital format
Hutto Bronze 401 W Front St, Hutto, TX 78634 Highlights
      Honoring its historic heritage, the City has devised special pedestrian-friendly downtown district signage. Hutto boasts the Green Hutto initiative, aimed at community awareness of environmental issues – which reflects the city’s character and sense of place.

      Originally Certified as Bronze in 2011 * Re-Certified as Gold in 2016 * 2nd Re-Certification in 2021
Irving Bronze 825 W Irving Blvd, Irving, TX 75060 Highlights
    Irving is dedicated to strong unity of design standards that drive growth and quality of life. In addition, Irving is a designated Tree City USA and requires landscaping and tree plantings along all its major roadways, medians and parking lots.

    Originally certified as Bronze in 2010 * Re-Certified as Silver in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Keller Gold 1100 Bear Creek Parkway, Keller TX 76248 Highlights
    • Its ordinances prohibit above ground utilities
    • Requires that dumpsters be screened by plants
    • Has a tree replacement ordinance
Kennedale Recognized 405 Municipal Dr, Kennedale, TX 76060 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes including sign regulation and landscaping
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
    • Programs such as Keep Kennedale Beautiful and the establishment of a natural park to promote healthy riparian wildlife and provide passive recreation.
La Vernia Bronze 102 Chihuahua E, La Vernia, TX 78121 Highlights
    • Offers a façade improvement reimbursement program to any business in city
    • Exposed concrete of detention ponds facing adjacent roadways and neighboring properties are required to be veneered with rock, brick or other approved material
    • Strong landscaping ordinances
Lakeway Gold 1102 Lohmans Crossing Rd, Lakeway, TX 78734 Highlights
    • Require screening of detention ponds with dense vegetation and require exposed concrete of detention ponds facing roadways to be covered with veneered rock, brick or other material
    • Strong unity of design standards
    • Requires screening of dumpsters
Lancaster Gold 211 N Henry Street, Lancaster, TX 75146

Highlights

Lancaster was newly certified in 2017, earning Gold Certification.  As one aspect of meeting its stated mission to offer a balanced and progressive vision for future development and growth, Lancaster has folded its participation in the Scenic City program into its overall planning process.  Its Scenic City assessment made particular note of the City’s impressive design standards and well-articulated street landscaping ordinance. 

Certified in 2017

Leon Valley Bronze 6400 El Verde Road, Leon Valley, TX 78238

Highlights

Leon Valley, a San Antonio gateway city, has earned the Recognized distinction in its first year of participation in the Scenic City program in 2017.  The Scenic City assessment made note of the city’s well-crafted comprehensive Master Plan and Capital Improvements Plan. Both programs integrate streetscape and sidewalk enhancements to project a positive image to both residents and visitors of the City of Leon Valley.

Certified in 2017

Lucas Recognized 665 Country Club Road, Lucas, Texas 75002

Highlights

A first-time participant in the Scenic City Certification Program in 2017, Lucas is a growing, vibrant community that maintains a small-town atmosphere.  Committed to its goal to be a great place to live, Lucas emerged from its Scenic City assessment with Recognized certification.  Its new Comprehensive Plan is the basis for the City’s strong showing in terms of public infrastructure, parks and open spaces, and sign regulation that shape high quality public roadways and public spaces. 

Certified in 2017

Magnolia Recognized 18111 Magnolia Conroe Rd, Magnolia, TX 77354

Highlights

  • Magnolia values its heritage and natural features. The city has a vibrant downtown area with extensive landscaping along its public streets and right-of-ways. In addition, Magnolia’s Unity Park is both a destination for locals and a wildlife preserve.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Mansfield Silver 200 E Broad St, Mansfield, TX 76063 Highlights
    Mansfield boasts a historic preservation ordinance and earned high marks for parks, trails and high-impact public spaces. Understanding that freeway corridors are often the first impression of Mansfield, the city prohibits metal buildings or outside storage units within 300 feet of a freeway.

    Originally certified as Silver in 2011 * Re-Certified as Gold in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Marble Falls Bronze 800 3rd Street, Marble Falls, TX 78654 Marble Falls, a Texas hill country hub city, has earned Bronze level recognition in its first year participating in the Scenic City program. The Scenic City assessment made note of the city’s innovative Historic Downtown Wayfinding Program and Historic Downtown Landscaping program. Both programs integrate streetscape enhancements to project a positive image while honoring the city’s heritage.
McAllen Silver 1300 Houston Avenue McAllen, TX 78501 Highlights
      McAllen, which earned a Recognized rating in 2011, has received the Silver designation for 2016 for several progressive initiatives. These include a citywide graffiti removal program to remove graffiti free of charge - even on private property - a thoughtful historic preservation program and the development of stormwater detention facilities to mitigate flooding.

      Originally certified as Recognized in 2011 * Re-Certified as Silver in 2016 * Second Re-Certification in 2021
McKinney Platinum 222 N. Tennessee St. McKinney, Texas 75069 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes, including sign regulation, landscaping and lighting standards
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
    • Historic preservation program Consistent design standards throughout the city
Mesquite Gold 757 N. Galloway Ave. Mesquite, Texas 75149 Highlights
    • Maintains specific design standards for the entire city
    • Meets national standard of 10 acres of park per 1,000 people
    • Has no existing billboards
Missouri City Platinum 1522 Texas Pkwy • Missouri City, TX 77489 Highlights
    Missouri City was one of the first participants in the Scenic City program in its first year, 2010. The city did well, earning Bronze certification. Already a city that implemented strong ordinances pertaining to its public spaces and streetscapes, Missouri City has used the 360° analysis it received as part of its Scenic City application, to improve and strengthen its ordinances and programs.

    Originally certified as Bronze in 2010 * Re-Certified as Platinum in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Nassau Bay Bronze 18100 Upper Bay Road Nassau Bay, TX 77058 Highlights
    Nassau Bay is a small waterfront community between Houston and Galveston that is charting new horizons for its future grown and quality of life. The city has taken great strides to protect its watershed, Lake Nassau, through an erosion control project which also provides additional habitat space for aquatic wildlife and plants.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Nolanville Silver 101 North 5th Street, Nolanville, TX 76559 Nolanville is a first-time participant in the Scenic Cities program, a growing, vibrant community that maintains a small-town atmosphere. Committed to living up to its motto “A Highlights
    Great Place to Live,” Nolanville emerged from its Scenic City assessment with Silver certification. Its new Comprehensive Plan is the basis for the city’s strong showing in terms of public infrastructure, parks/open space, and sign regulation that shape high quality public roadways and public spaces.

    Certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
North Richland Hills Platinum 7301 NE Loop 820, North Richland Hills, TX 76180 Highlights
    North Richland Hills earned nearly full certification points in every evaluation category, demonstrating a commitment to create positive, high-impact first impressions of its public roadways and public spaces. Understanding the first impressions also create lasting impressions, North Richland Hills is also dedicated to honoring its historic legacy and has invested in a vast public art program, including art on utility infrastructure installations.

    Originally certified as Gold in 2011 * Re-Certified as Platinum in 2016 * Second Re-Certification in 2021
Pearland Gold 3519 Liberty Dr, Pearland, TX 77581 Highlights
    Notable green features include clearly stated and enforceable streetscape landscape requirements and meeting the recommended standards of 10 acres of parkland per 1000 residents. The City also has a historic district with specially-made signage to enhance its historic ambience.

    Originally certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * Second Re-Certification in 2021
Pflugerville Silver 100 East Main Street, Pflugerville, TX 78660 Highlights
    Pflugerville, just north of Austin, is #20 on Money Magazine’s list of best places to live in the U.S.! Even more important, scenes from the best TV show every in the history of TV were shot there – Friday Night Lights. Pflugerville has an extensive parks, trails and open space system and strong unity of design standards for its businesses.

    Originally certified as Silver in 2011 * Re-Certified early as Gold in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Pharr Recognized 118 S. Cage Blvd., Pharr, Texas 78577 Highlights
      Newly certified in 2016 as a Recognized Scenic City, Pharr has created the Landscape Partnership Program (LPP), which can serve as a model for other cities in the Rio Grande Valley. Working with local businesses and corporate partners, the City has transformed high-traffic locations with streetscape plantings and lighting to promote teamwork, enhance neighborhoods and build civic pride.

      Newly certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Pilot Point Recognized 102 E Main St, Pilot Point, TX 76258 Highlights
  • Pilot Point is the oldest settlement in Denton County. The city has a lively downtown area and its commercial district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Pilot Point also encourages economic development via a Matching Funds Reimbursement Grant for commercial and mixed-use properties.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Plano Platinum 520 K Ave, Plano, TX 75074 Highlights
    • Has an incentive program to reduce property taxes assessed for heritage properties if the owners maintain a historic appearance
    • Has established "buffer zones" along lakes, ponds, and streams made up of indigenous vegetation, preventing soil erosion and increasing available wildlife habitats
    • Has an Urban Forestry program to maintain all public trees in the Plano area
Prosper Recognized 121 W. Broadway, Prosper, Texas 75078 Highlights
    Prosper is a fast growing community north of Dallas. The city is devoted to maintaining its family-friendly, small-town environment. Prosper’s ordinances mandate attention landscaping in public spaces and encourages economic development via two Neighborhood Empowerment Zones. Prosper is a place where everyone matters.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
Richardson Platinum 411 W Arapaho Rd, Richardson, TX 75083 Highlights
    • Received full points for lighting standards for streetscapes and public spaces
    • Has extensive screening regulations that go above-and-beyond Scenic City standards
    • Established a Matching Fund Beautification Program where citizens may propose urban beautification projects and, if approved, will be matched dollar for dollar by the city to complete said project
Richmond Bronze 402 Morton Street, Richmond, TX 77469 Highlights
      Understanding that the more a community does to enhance its unique set of assets, whether natural, man-made or cultural, the better positioned it will be for growth, the City of Richmond has recently adopted its new Unified Development Code. This UDC sets the course for Richmond’s planning, zoning and ordinance development – all geared around enhancement of public roadways and public spaces. And one result of the UDC is that in our Scenic City assessment, Richmond has earned Scenic City Certification at the Bronze level.

      Newly certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
Roanoke Platinum 108 S Oak St Roanoke, TX Highlights
    Roanoke is newly re-certified this year, having earned its first Platinum designation in 2011. Roanoke earned nearly full certification points in every evaluation category. The Scenic City assessment took special note of strong landscaping requirements that extend even to public parking lots and for its programs to eliminate overhead power and cable lines by burying them underground. Understanding the impact of light pollution on quality of life, Roanoke has adopted a strict Dark Skies ordinance.

    Originally certified in 2011 * Re-Certified in 2016 * Second Re-Certification in 2021
Rockwall Platinum 385 S Goliad St, Rockwall, TX 75087 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes including sign regulation, landscaping and undergrounding utility lines
    • Clearly stated unity-of-design standards
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
Seabrook Recognized 1700 1st St, Seabrook, TX 77586 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes through sign regulation and landscaping
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
    • Unity of design standards
Sealy Gold 415 Main Street Sealy, TX 77474-2232

Highlights

    • Sealy is a city with a history of excellence and a future of progress. The city mandates landscaping along its streets and parking lots, places strict regulations on on-premise and off-premise signs, and has implemented a Downtown District Ordinance which controls downtown’s aesthetic elements and facades of buildings and public areas.



Originally certified as Bronze in 2011. * Re-Certified early in 2015 as Gold * Second Re-Certification in 2020

Shavano Park Recognized 900 Saddletree Court - Shavano Park, TX 78231 Highlights
    Its Scenic City evaluation identified the city’s strong the community, leading to recognition as a 2015 Tree City commitment to the community benefits of tree plantings to enhance its public roadways and public spaces. Its Shavano Park Citizens Tree Committee protects and cares for trees in USA.

    Newly certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
South Padre Island Silver 4601 Padre Blvd South Padre Island, TX 78597 Highlights
    South Padre Island, situated on a barrier island at the tip of Texas, has hit on highly successful strategies to develop scenic and quality environment for both residents and visitors. This unique island city has no billboards, protects its beaches from development, and buries all its utility lines.

    Originally certified as Silver in 2010 * Re-Certified as Gold in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Southlake Platinum 1400 Main St #310 Southlake, TX

Highlights

    • Has a Public Art Master Plan that identifies opportunities for public art
    • Received full points for on-premise sign regulations
    • Established a Major Corridors Urban Design Plan, which is designed to create a unique and attractive character for Southlake by enhancing the visual quality of development and scenic areas
Sugar Land Silver 2700 Town Center Blvd. North Sugar Land, TX 77479 Highlights
    Sugar Land, in fast-growing Fort Bend County, takes measures to preserve its unique history and embraces its culturally diverse population. Sugar Land is committed to the enhancement of its streetscapes through its Urban Beautification Policy. The city has also created a Cultural Arts Strategic Plan.

    Originally certified as Silver in 2010 * Re-Certified as Gold in 2015 * Second Re-Certification in 2020
Taylor Recognized 400 Porter St Taylor, TX Highlights
    • ADA compliant sidewalks
    • Strong landscaping ordinances
    • Strong on-premise sign ordinances
Waxahachie Silver 401 S Rogers St Waxahachie, TX Highlights
    • Strong design guidelines for downtown
    • Has 6 designated historic districts
    • Strong on-premise and off-premise sign ordinances
Webster Bronze 101 Pennsylvania Ave. Webster, Tx. 77598 Fostering a distinctive sense of place is a high priority for Webster, which first participated in the Scenic City program in 2015 and ranked up to Bronze certification this year. Founded by English colonists, enriched by Japanese rice farmers and situated as the gateway to the NASA – Johnson Space Center, Webster is committed to integrating streetscape enhancements that reinforce its heritage, qualities and unique characteristics.

Newly certified in 2016 * Re-Certification in 2021
West Lake Hills Recognized 11 Westlake Dr, West Lake Hills, TX 78746 Highlights
  • West Lake Hills, near Austin on the edge of the Hill Country, is a city with great unity of design standards, thoughtful sign regulation, and aggressive tree protections. The city also has a distinctive wildfire watch system which requires consistent brush cleanup.

    Certified in 2015 * Re-Certification in 2020
West University Place Silver 3800 University Boulevard West University Place, TX 77005 Highlights
    • Strong standards to enhance the visual character of its streetscapes through sign regulation, landscaping and tree preservation.)
    • Emphasis on establishing and protecting parks, trails and open spaces
    • Litter and graffiti abatement programs.
Westlake Gold 3 Village Cir #202, Westlake, TX 76262 Highlights
    • Received the highest number of points for 2010
    • All existing and future utilities are underground
    • Has a preservation policy for the natural knolls in the city

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