The City of San Luis Obispo has announced that the Draft Downtown Concept Plan is available for review. After 13 months of work by staff, consultants, the public, and the Council-appointed Creative Vision Team (CVT), the Draft Downtown Concept Plan lays out a long-range vision for the downtown; it includes both an illustrative diagram and a supplemental narrative that together provide the story to help guide the achievement of the community’s long-range vision for the downtown.
A public workshop is being held this Saturday, February 4, to review key components of the Draft Plan. Workshop participants will have a first-hand opportunity to provide feedback to help shape the future of downtown. Wants to see more bike infrastructure downtown? Show up and speak up!
Following the workshop, the public will be invited to provide additional input through Open City Hall on the city’s website, and at a series of advisory committee and other meetings. Council action is scheduled for August 2017.
Date: Saturday, February 4th, 2017
Time: 1:00-4:00 pm
Location: City/County Library Community Room, 995 Palm St
- Drop in at your convenience
- See a presentation from the project team at 1:15 or 2:45
- Review key components of the draft Downtown Concept Plan
- Give input to inform the final plan
- Coloring station and snacks for kids of all ages
- Help decide the future of Downtown SLO
For more information:
Visit the project webpage: www.slocity.org/downtown
Or contact project manager Rebecca Gershow: email@example.com, or 805.781.7011