The Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC) members received results from a recent resident survey and an update on public engagement. The group met virtually May 27 via Zoom.
The City hired Confluence to help facilitate the vision of what Merriam looks like in the year 2040 and beyond. Confluence and CPAC members discussed main takeaways from the survey on topics including flooding, parks and trails, transportation, growth, and city leadership and services.
View the ETC Institute survey results.
CPAC members are analyzing existing conditions of Merriam and identifying what is working well and what can be improved to put in the City’s Comprehensive Plan 2040.
The Comprehensive Plan is a document used to guide City leaders to make decisions on land use, housing, commercial and industrial development, sustainability and the environment, transportation and mobility, parks and recreation, and community facilities and services.
Wednesday’s meeting was recording and will be uploaded to merriam2040.org. You’ll also be able to find future engagement opportunities, including through a new engagement tool called My Social Point.