|Draft Master Plan - Tuesday, February 08, 2011|
The Consultant Team is currently finalizing the Draft Master Plan. Once the Draft is complete, a PDF of the report will be posted on the project website and a meeting will he held with the public to review the document. The meeting will likely occur in March 2011, however, a specific date and time has yet to be finalized.
|Visioning Workshop Summary Posted - Friday, December 03, 2010|
A summary of the Visioning Workshop has been posted under the Documents section of this website.
|Thank you to everyone that attended the Visioning Workshop! - Tuesday, November 30, 2010|
Thank you to everyone that attended the Visioning Workshop on November 22. A summary of the meeting will be posted in the next few days. The Consultant Team will now begin to craft draft plans and in the new year a meeting will be scheduled to present the draft plans to the public for review and comment.
|Visioning Workshop - Wednesday, November 03, 2010|
Visioning Workshop - To be held from 6pm to 8pm on November 22nd, 2010 at the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The next step in the process is a Community Visioning Workshop. The structure of the workshop will allow for residents, business owners, elected and appointed officials, members of the consultant team, and others to work together in creating a vision for the Downtown.
The Workshop will include both small and large group working sessions to review and discuss conditions and potentials within the Downtown area. Small “breakout” groups will work together to develop “visions” for the future of the Downtown. The meeting will conclude with general agreement regarding the long-term role and character of Murray Downtown and the projects and improvements that will be desirable in the future.
|First Community Workshop - Thanks to all that participated - Friday, September 03, 2010|
Thank you to everyone who attended the first Community Workshop held on August 30 at the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
|City Seeks Creation of Downtown Master Plan - Friday, August 14, 2009|
The City of Murray, in partnership with Murray Main Street, is seeking the creation of a Downtown Master Plan to serve as a user-friendly tool and provide a foundation for redevelopment in downtown and historic residential areas and to create a corridor to the University. The project boundaries are 4th Street to 16th Street (east to west), and Olive Street to Elm Street (north to south).