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San Jacinto

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Welcome to our home page for the San Jacinto Neighborhood Plan.  The City and Potter County teamed up a few years ago to launch a new neighborhood planning process.  The first plans adopted were for the North Heights and Barrio neighborhoods.  San Jacinto was chosen for the next area to go through the planning process.

This site will be used to provide information about the planning process, meeting and event times and contact information.  We will also include recaps of the public meetings, including presentation materials.

The first public meeting to kick off the plan will take place on Tuesday, March 12th starting at 6PM.  The meeting will be held at Heal the City located at 609 S. Carolina.  

Public Engagement Plan

The City, with consultant Urban Milestones, has developed a public engagement plan in order to have a detailed strategy for authentic public engagement.  It is designed to provide a framework for how the citizenry and business can participate in this process.  The Public Engagement Plan is intended to bring people together to problem-solve, deliberate and cooperatively decide how to proceed with complex problems.  You can download the Public Engagement Plan by clicking the following link:

San Jacinto Public Engagement Plan Download  

Advisory Committee

The City of Amarillo will solicit applications for and organize an advisory committee that will serve as the community’s stewards for the San Jacinto Neighborhood Plan. The committee will be limited to sixteen (16) members and will include stakeholders who will represent a balanced mix of roles within the neighborhood and broader community. The City seeks to include committee members who represent the following categories: property owners, business owners, neighborhood residents, non-profit leaders, religious leaders, school representatives, historic preservation advocates/historians, transportation representatives and others.  Please download the application at the following link and email it to

San Jacinto Advisory Committee Application Download

Presentations and Documents from Meetings