The Westside Creeks Restoration Project Conceptual Plan contains a community-based planning vision. Over 400 people participated in three community workshops and a week-long Stakeholders’ Workshop to create a vision and establish priorities for the restoration of Alazán, Apache, Martínez, and San Pedro Creeks. These workshops included maps of each of the creeks and encouraged participants to identify opportunities for amenities such as parks, hike and bike trails, and recreational amenities along the Westside Creeks. Children also participated in the visioning process through games and activities including a Crawdad Touch Tank, drawing activities, and a trivia scavenger hunt. The plan was completed and approved by the San Antonio River Authority Board of Directors in June 2011.