Final feedback wanted on Wilmington 2028 strategic plan - Delaware


Oct. 8, 2018 11:50 am

Final feedback wanted on Wilmington 2028 strategic plan

The community-driven 10-year plan that was started last fall is in its final stages.

Wilmington's Market Street.

(Photo by Flickr user Houston Ruck, used under a Creative Commons license)

Got opinions on the City of Wilmington and the direction it should take over the next decade? Join the Department of Planning and Development on Oct. 17 anytime between 5 and 8 p.m. at the Delaware Children’s Museum to review the draft of the Wilmington 2028 10-year plan, including maps and recommendations, and provide your feedback.

Posted by City of Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

To make it easy on busy parents, there will be kid’s activities and refreshments, and free admission to the museum (normally $8.75 per person).

This step in the process follows a community survey launched in September 2017, followed by a series of five public meetings last October and November and focus groups earlier this year, all of which served as the basis for the draft.

The City of Wilmington contracted with Interface Studio in Philadelphia for this project. An in-progress report on the project can be found here.

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