City holding neighborhood planning meetings | Community Spirit
From the City of Spokane:
The City of Spokane will be working with the following three neighborhoods throughout this summer and fall to identify and prioritize improvements most desired by residents.
Neighborhoods that have already had successful results from previous planning efforts include: Five Mile Prairie, Nevada Lidgerwood, Southgate, and East Central just to name a few. Residents are strongly encouraged to get involved in defining the future direction and characteristic they want their neighborhood to represent.
Following is the schedule for the three neighborhood meetings scheduled this summer.
June 10,- Grandview/Thorpe Neighborhood, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Finch Arboretum, 3404 W Woodland Blvd
June 11,- Peaceful Valley Neighborhood, 7-9 p.m. Peaceful Valley Community Center, 214 N. Cedar St.
June 12 - North Hill Neighborhood, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Willard Elementary School, 500 W. Longfellow
“I urge neighborhoods to be active in this process and take advantage of this important opportunity to address future needs and desires,” says Planning and Development Director, Scott Chesney. “The planning we are doing now is intended to encourage creative input in defining the future of neighborhoods and enhancing living environments in the city. We will have some fun and interactive programs scheduled at the meetings that people should enjoy.”
For more information visit: www.theplanofspokane.org.