The City of Roanoke will host an Open House meeting to display the major themes and key ideas being proposed within the new Downtown Plan. Utilizing surveys, public input, and information from stakeholders, the City has begun drafting the Downtown Plan and hopes to establish policies and goals that help add new life and maintain the vibrancy of Downtown Roanoke.
The City would like your input as you review the big ideas that are starting to take shape within the Downtown Plan. The format for the Open House meeting will allow participants to arrive anytime throughout the meeting and review the displayed information at their own pace, with staff on hand to answer questions and listen to comments.
The Open House will take place on Tuesday May 9th from 5:30 to 7pm at the City Market Building in the Campbell Avenue Mezzanine on the second floor.
For more information check out the Downtown Plan website at roanokeva.gov/downtownplan, or contact: Wayne Leftwich, Senior City Planner at (540)853-1104, email@example.com
The City of Roanoke did some preliminary work on the Downtown Plan in 2014 and 2015 with several input meetings and a public survey. The results of this initial effort will be utilized as a foundation for the plan as new ideas are gathered over the next several months. The Downtown Plan will be drafted this Winter and finalized in Spring 2017.
Stay tuned for a save the date for the next public meeting to be held end of March or early April.
For more information, contact: Wayne Leftwich at (540)853-1104 or firstname.lastname@example.org