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The City of Green Bay will be hosting a public meeting on Wednesday night, which will be focused on neighborhood revitalization near the planned Shipyard development (100 W. Mason Street) and the South Broadway corridor. The community meeting is an opportunity for neighborhood residents, business owners, and other stakeholders to learn more about options for revitalization and to share their ideas.
What:Shipyard Area Community Meeting on Neighborhood Revitalization
When:6:30 PM, Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Where:Tank Elementary School Gymnasium814 S. Oakland Ave.Green Bay, WI 54304
“The City initiated revitalization efforts in the area over a year ago by offering targeted loan and grant programs to boost property improvement projects,” says Development Director, Kevin Vonck. “This meeting kicks off Phase II of this revitalization effort. We’d like residents to share their input for long term improvements, and discuss possible ways we could work together to address affordable housing, business development, and public amenities.”
This meeting is supported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities program. Green Bay is one of only six communities nationally that is receiving assistance this year through the Building Blocks program. To learn more, please visit http://www2.epa.gov/smart-growth/building-blocks-sustainable-communities.
For more information, contact Economic Development Specialist, Matt Buchanan at 920-448-3396 or MatthewBu@GreenBayWI.gov.