Monday, April 1, 2013

Shaping Provo's Future Provo +50

Provo +50, a series of meetings and discussions which will guide the city's outlook for the next 50 years,  has been announced for residents to participate in shaping the future of the city.

This process will change Vision 2030, a planning document which has guided, and currently guides the city in its priorities.

As part of this process, community leaders, concerned residents, and other interested parties are invited to attend from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm on April 17th, 2013 at the Utah Valley Convention Center in Downtown Provo. 


Provo +50 will discuss such subjects as: education, technology, demographics, health care, transportation, the economy, and management of natural resources.  

The keynote speaker will be Bishop H. David Burton, Emeritus Presiding Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

For more information about the summit visit provoplus50.org

Registration for the summit is $15/person, and can be completed online at provoplus50.regtix.com 


Provo's Mayor John Curtis has posted additional, more detailed information regarding 2030 on his blog, found here.