Comprehensive plan input requestedInput sought on improvements to Old Mission Trailhead
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01/23/2015 Have you ever thought about what the future in Spokane Valley might be like? Imagined its neighborhoods, parks and shopping areas? Dreamed of the jobs and businesses that might be available in the community?
Comprehensive plan input requested
If so, you will want to participate in one of two community visioning meetings coming up on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 6 p.m. at CenterPlace Regional Event Center, and at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 29, also at CenterPlace.
The meetings are part of the update of the Spokane Valley Comprehensive Plan which is the city's official statement concerning its vision for future growth and development.
Participants at the meetings will hear an overview of the community visioning process, and will be asked to review the city's existing Community Vision Statement. City of Spokane Valley Community and Economic Development staff members and project consultants will guide participants at the meetings through exercises to help identify and describe the citizens' preferences and goals for community character, housing, economic opportunities, transportation and other important aspects for the future growth of Spokane Valley.
Information gathered from the meetings will be compiled and reported at a follow up meeting anticipated for late February. The next steps in the process will also be discussed at that time.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the visioning meetings and encouraged to bring along their families, friends, and colleagues.
CenterPlace Regional Event Center is located at 2426 N. Discovery Place.
A copy of the current Spokane Valley Comprehensive Plan is available online at spokanevalley.org by selecting the "Municipal Code" link from the home page. A copy is also available for review at City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave., Suite 106.
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Have you ever thought about what the future in Spokane Valley might be like? Imagined its neighborhoods, parks and shopping areas? Dreamed of the jobs and businesses that might be available in the community?