Staying in Place includes reimagining existing programs, expanding services, piloting new opportunities, and partnering with many communities, neighborhoods, businesses, and organizations to be as impactful and effective as possible.
Residents and community members are and will continue to be front and center to this process, and engagement will take place before, during and continuously throughout the initiative.
City staff is currently conducting visual surveys of the three pilot neighborhoods. Staff and neighborhood leaders will walk through the pilot neighborhoods to identify areas where potential City service delivery may be needed (sidewalk repair, pothole repair, etc.), to identify opportunities for neighborhood enhancement and beautification, and to make referrals to other agencies that can assist with additional services. Community members are invited to participate in the neighborhood walks at the times listed below.
- May 26, 2022, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Neighborhood leaders and residents are encouraged to identify community and resident needs and to share feedback as Staying in Place explores, develops and implements new programs.
For more information about the visual community surveys and/or to share feedback about the initiative, please contact Diane Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org