Westwood residents can get a look at the draft of the city’s master plan proposal tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.
The come-and-go event will have displays showing the features of the master plan and some of the choices yet to be made. Residents will have a chance to comment on the plan, which has been in development since late last year.
The displays, which will be in the community room at city hall, mark the culmination of five steering committee meetings, two previous public meetings that drew close to 200 participants, a community survey, stakeholder interviews and a project website.
Residents who cannot attend tonight can see the displays here.
The plan shows possible options for the Westwood View Elementary site if the land becomes vacant at some point in the future, as well as possibilities for the 5050 Rainbow property which was a church, and the current city hall site.
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