The City of Fort Collins Holding Public Listening Sessions for Planning Future of West Central Fort Collins
The City of Fort Collins about the West Central Area of the city at a series of public “Listening Sessions”. The City is kicking off a planning effort for the west central part of the city, an area which generally encompasses the neighborhoods south and west of Colorado State University. The West Central Area boundaries extend from Drake to Mulberry, between Shields and Taft Hill, and also from Drake to Lake between the Mason Corridor and Shields.
The Plan will provide a basis for updated land use regulations, transportation projects, housing policies, natural resource protection, historic preservation, and neighborhood character – including a new conceptual design for a section of Prospect Road from Shields Street to College Avenue.
LIST OF LISTENING SESSIONS
- Wednesday, March 26, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1709 W. Elizabeth St.
- Thursday, March 27, CSU’s Durrell Center, Seminar Room A, north side of W. Plum St., east of Shields.
This will be a combined session with a Transit-Oriented Development Parking Study session. Parking is available in the Moby Arena parking lot, west of Shields between Plum and Elizabeth.
- Monday, March 31, Drake Center, 802 W. Drake Rd.
- Thursday, April 3, Plymouth Congregational Church, 916 W. Prospect Rd.
All sessions begin promptly at 6 p.m. and include breakout discussion sessions until 8 p.m.