What makes Monroe County a great place to live? What kinds of businesses, services, opportunities and infrastructure would you like to see more of here? Will your children want to live here? What should Monroe County look like for future generations?
These are among the questions Monroe County Executive Adam Bello invites the community to consider during upcoming Plan Forward comprehensive plan community workshops.
Gathering public input is the first phase of the Plan Forward initiative, which will create the first Comprehensive Plan developed for Monroe County in more than four decades. The Department of Planning and Development is hosting a Virtual Public Workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 1 via Zoom. Additional in-person workshop dates will be announced soon.
During the workshop, interested residents will be asked to explore what’s working in Monroe County, what’s not, and how the County may leverage its resources to move the community forward together. Residents will be encouraged to participate in specific topic-related conversations about public health and safety, parks and infrastructure, economic and workforce development, resilient communities, and farmland and food.
Learn more at: www.monroecounty.gov/news-2022-02-16-planforward
Register for the session by visiting: www.monroecounty.gov/planforward-register