Check out provocenterblock.org for event details
A public workshop will be held on April 14-17, 2014 as an input process for community members to discuss ideas about what is best for the City Center Block and its relationship to the downtown. This workshop is sponsored by Provo RDA who have contracted with Placemakers, an urban design consulting firm. Read more about a presentation they recently offered the Council on the Council’s blog here.
According to the website for the workshop, provocenterblock.org, the community will be asked to answer the following questions:
- Beyond what it is today, what could it be tomorrow? (The City Center Block)
- Could it better contribute to the city’s long term goals and the vitality and economic health of downtown?
- What’s your vision?
- How might this key piece of our downtown fabric better serve you?
The event will include stakeholder input, including focus groups and presentations to outline some of the possibilities for the center block. If you’re still interested in what’s going on, but don’t care to participate in the focus groups or presentations, you can drop by to see for yourself some of the ideas and ask questions on April 15 and 16 at the work studio on 10 N. University Ave., Provo.
If you have any questions about the process please visit provocenterblock.org for event details.