Davenport, IOWA – According to the city officials, the open house forum will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Fairmount Library.
According to the statement, this public engagement process is seeking broad community input on the design and features of the new community center funded through the American Rescue Plan Act.
This public input session will include several walk-shops to gather ideas through residents sharing visions, hopes, future use, and plans with staff and the OPN team.
Residents are invited to come and go as they please during the two-hour open house.
In addition to the public input session, the City of Davenport team is meeting with a variety of stakeholder individuals, including Davenport City Council, neighborhood groups, employers, property owners, educational entities, churches, and social service organizations to gather their input.
The Administrative Services Manager, Courtney Jones, released the following statement:
“We are excited to get the residents involved in the planning process of this new asset in our community. The community center is being built for the use of the residents and we want their input on the design of the facility. This will truly be our community’s plan.”