Join Us! Downtown Imagined: Community Input Meeting

Join Us! Downtown Imagined: Community Input Meeting on August 11

Downtown Imagined: Community Input Meeting

Join us for information, conversation, and imagination at the Downtown Imagined: Community Input Meetings on Monday, August 11!

 

The purpose of the Downtown Imagined: Community Input Meetings are to gather community ideas and thoughts about the future of Downtown Chapel Hill and to receive community input on the updated concept and expanded draft plan that includes all of downtown. 

 

Two identical drop-in meetings will be held at the following times on Monday, August 11:

·  11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., with a brief overview presentation at 12:15 p.m.

·  4:30 to 6:30 p.m., with a brief overview presentation at 5:15 p.m.

 

Both meetings will be held in the Great Room at University Baptist Church, at the corner of Franklin and Columbia Streets (100 S. Columbia Street, www.ubc-ch.org). To get to the Great Room, please use the church entrance that is located at the back of the church; signs will guide you to the Great Room.

 

For downtown parking information, please visit www.parkonthehill.com. 

 

This planning effort expands on the early work of Rosemary Imagined. Downtown Imagined will build upon the work and community input from Rosemary Imagined to develop a plan for all of downtown. The goal of this effort is to develop a vision for the future of the downtown that emphasizes the Town's focus on connections, choices, and community.

 

For more information about the Downtown Imagined process, visit www.rosemaryimagined.com  or watch this video at http://vimeo.com/100352539 

 

For questions, please contact Megan Wooley, community sustainability planner for the Town of Chapel Hill, and Meg McGurk, executive director for the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership at info@rosemaryimagined.com. Megan can also be reached at 919-969-5059, and Meg can be reached at 919-967-9440.

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The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership is working to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual center of Chapel Hill through economic development. Contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or meg@downtownchapelhill.com / www.downtownchapelhill.com