Trinity Watershed Management continues the completion of Baker No. 3 pump station that is scheduled to open in early spring. Crews are completing the work on the large sump area behind the station. Recently, a performance test evaluated how many gallons of water were pumped per minute and the functionality of the pumps and associated technology - 700,000 gallons per minute. View performance test video
Steel Continues to rise for Margaret McDermott Bridge
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the City of Dallas continue to place steel for the City's second signature bridge: the Margaret McDermott Bridge. View of first segment video
Native Plants in the Trinity Corridor
The cool nights have already touched the trees in the Great Trinity Forest with colors of russet and gold. One of the brightest colors in the forest comes from Carolina snailseed and its long clusters of brilliant red fruit. Birds love the berries. The common name of the plant refers to the seed, which resembles a tiny snail shell. Don't miss a chance to hike or bike on the Trinity Forest Trails and experience fall at the Trinity.

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