Gypsum to present community survey results during Town Council meeting
GYPSUM — This year’s Gypsum community survey results are in and town staff will share the information with the public during the Town Council meeting on Tuesday.
The Gypsum Community Development Department conducted the community-wide survey to gather preliminary feedback from residents about their vision of what the community is, including thoughts about a downtown area. The survey prompted new and long-term residents to share what, where and how the future of Gypsum and a potential downtown area could start to take shape.
GREAT IDEAS AND CONCERNS
The survey was conducted from May 1 through June 15 and was promoted by participants of the Regional Institute of Health and Environmental Leadership program in partnership with the town of Gypsum. The survey organizers reported a strong response with great ideas and growth concerns alike provided by the public.
A downtown vision will be a large component to the update of the town’s master plan from 1999. Lana Gallegos, Gypsum senior planner, and the Regional Institute of Health and Environmental Leadership members will present the survey results in a public forum on Tuesday. Seating is limited, so come early.
For more information, visit the website http://www.townofgypsum.com.
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