Regional Plan Update Open House #2
February 23, 2016 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST
At Great Rivers Greenway, your regional greenway district, we update our master plan every five years with community input. It’s very important to us that we work with the citizens of St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County. The 2010 plan developed many goals and strategies that we’ll continue to implement. This year, we want to hear about your greenway experience to help guide our efforts with our partners.
Residents of the region are invited to drop by anytime between 4-7pm to review displays, discuss with staff, or watch duplicate 30-minute presentations at 4:30 and 6pm. You are welcome to attend for any length of time–boards and information will be available aside from the presentations with a variety of ways to give input. There will also be a survey at the events and online. No RSVP required, we hope to see you there!
Whether you can attend or not, please take a moment before March 14th to weigh in.
We want to hear your feedback on the greenway user experience, such as amenities, programs, events, educational information, signage, ways to report conditions and more. We are also also interested in hearing about how individuals and groups could volunteer, both as ambassadors in the community and to adopt greenways to assist in their care. Lastly, citizens are invited to give feedback on the activation of the currently-being-renovated riverfront at the base of the Arch Grounds, the heart of the Mississippi Greenway.
Persons with disabilities who wish to attend the meeting and have questions about accessibility are invited to contact Elizabeth Simons at (314) 932-4904 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missouri History Museum
AT&T Room on the lowest level of the Missouri History Museum.
5700 Lindell Blvd
Saint Louis, Missouri 63112
This event is accessible by bike
This event is accessible by the #1, #3, #90 MetroBus routes.
This event is 1 block from the MetroLink at the Forest Park/DeBaliviere station, which is on both the blue and red lines.
There are several free lots on either side of the museum and free street parking within Forest Park.