Geneva Seeks Community Input Oct. 24-25 To Help Shape City’s Future
Geneva residents, merchants and community stakeholders are invited to two community meetings to provide feedback that could help shape the future vision for Geneva.
The strategic plan community meetings will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, at the Geneva Fire Department, 200 East Side Drive and 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, at City Hall Council Chambers, 109 James St. Each meeting is expected to last two hours.
Topics to be discussed at the meetings will include:
- Community and social needs;
- Underutilized community assets;
- Opportunities to grow and support local businesses; and
- Economic development priorities.
The city’s Strategic Plan Advisory Committee is seeking input from the public on the current state of Geneva and what initiatives are needed to enhance quality of life for residents. The purpose of collecting the community feedback is to identify common themes and ideas for the City Council to assess when planning for Geneva’s future.
A strategic plan is a valuable tool for city leaders to acknowledge areas of improvement within a community, ascertain resources to utilize and prioritize goals.
For more information about the community meetings, call the city’s Strategic Plan Advisory Committee at 630-232-7494.
About the city of Geneva
Located 40 miles west of Chicago along the Fox River, Geneva is home to 21,495 residents and serves as the seat of Kane County government. Geneva’s character is found in its historic architecture, adaptive re-use of historic buildings, mature landscapes and open space with more than 700 acres of park land. With festivals and events year-round, Geneva is a place to connect with others for shopping, dining or browsing art galleries. Home to excellent schools, library and parks, Geneva continues to be one of the premier cities in the Chicago area to live, work, play and raise a family. For the latest news, visit the City’s website at www.geneva.il.us.