The Oak Ridge Community Development Department is continuing the Oak Ridge City Blueprint effort with a discussion focused on the Midtown residential neighborhood. An open house will be held between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 26, at Robertsville Middle School.
Families living in this subarea are encouraged to attend and provide ideas and suggestions for possible neighborhood improvements, a press release said.
“Please note that no formal presentation is planned for this event,” the press release said. “Those attending can come and go anytime during the open house to meet, ask questions, and share thoughts with city staff and board representatives.”
WHAT: Oak Ridge City Blueprint Open House—Midtown Residential Neighborhood
WHEN: Thursday, October 26, from 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m.
WHERE: Robertsville Middle School, 245 Robertsville Road, Oak Ridge
The blueprint is being coordinated by the Community Development Department, with input from the Oak Ridge Planning Commission, as well as other boards, commissions, and city leaders, the press release said.
“Once finished, it will be a guiding document that provides direction for future growth, development, and decision-making,” the press release said. “Community Development is planning to host additional meetings as they move forward in order to gain insight and input from other neighborhoods.”
A blueprint kick-off meeting was held in January with more than 500 people in attendance. A summary of the feedback gathered during that meeting is available for review on the City of Oak Ridge website. The blueprint is now focused on identifying and defining priorities for subareas. Residents can review subarea plans online and keep track of upcoming meeting dates, the press release said.
For more information on the open house event and the Oak Ridge City Blueprint effort, contact the Community Development Department at (865) 425-3531.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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