Imagine Madison, the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan Update, to Host Community Meetings
MADISON, WI – April 19, 2016
Imagine Madison, the process to update the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan Update will hold four public community meetings across the city to gather community input on strategies to achieve community goals and discuss how Madison should develop.
Public community meetings will be held on:
- Tuesday, April 25, at Warner Park Community Recreation Center (1625 Northport Dr.)
- Thursday, April 27, at Cherokee Heights Middle School (4301 Cherokee Dr.)
- Monday, May 1, at Central Library (201 W Mifflin St.)
- Wednesday, May 3, at La Follette High School (702 Pflaum Rd.)
The agenda and schedules for all four meetings will be identical. The events will start with an open house from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. An interactive presentation and small group activities will take place from 6:30-7:45 p.m. Community members will be asked to identify the strategies the City should pursue to accomplish the community goals identified in Phase 1 of Imagine Madison. Meeting participants will also be able to see recommendations for an updated Future Land Use Map and offer input on how the city should grow and develop.
Refreshments and childcare will be provided. Spanish and Hmong interpreters will be at each meeting.
Visit imaginemadisonwi.com for more information and to participate in the Imagine Madison process. Residents can also follow the process and participate in the conversation on Facebook at facebook.com/ImagineMadison/ or on Twitter @ImagineMsnWI.
For more information:
Contact Colin Punt at (608)243-0455, Kirstie Laatsch at (608)243-0470, or Brian Grady at (608)261-9980 at the City of Madison Planning Division or email email@example.com.
About Imagine Madison:
Imagine Madison is a public-listening campaign designed to reach, listen to, and record the ideas of a broad and diverse cross section of the public, on topics including housing, transportation, racial equity, sustainability and others. The input collected by the City of Madison’s Planning Division through Imagine Madison will be used to update Madison’s Comprehensive Plan, the City’s action plan for the future.