Riverfront Improvement Project to be Unveiled at June 6th Press Conference with the City and Cane River Waterways Commission

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The City of Natchitoches and the Cane River Waterway Commission will hold a press conference Monday, June 6 at 11 a.m. at the Events Center to unveil plans for the Riverfront Improvement Project.

The Riverfront Improvement Project, designed by Jeffery Carbo Landscape Architects, will revitalize the downtown riverbank area into a multi-million dollar event and gathering space accessible for all. Construction on the project is expected to begin in January 2017 and will take approximately 10 months to complete.

Riverfront Improvement Project Unveiling

3 thoughts on “Riverfront Improvement Project to be Unveiled at June 6th Press Conference with the City and Cane River Waterways Commission

  1. There was a similar announcement years ago and I’ve often wondered what happened to the plans. I seem to recall that amphitheatre type seating was to be built on the hillside looking over the riverbank. Does anyone else remember this?!

    • I do Doris. Now I’m hoping they keep this in tune with what our town is a historic town, and changes and construction should follow that theme. Anything super modern just doesn’t fit in the downtown area. Keep Natchitoches growing and thriving, but looking like the beautiful old town that it is. No more modern please. That is not what Natchitoches is all about.

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