Listening Sessions

From mid-November 2016 through February 2017, Mayor’s Neighborhood Advocates are requesting time on the meeting agendas of registered community organizations.  Similarly, DMD city planners are reaching out to organizational partners representing voices typically under-represented in planning processes.  These sessions, lasting 15-20 minutes, are designed to identify the things people love about their neighborhoods as well as the types of places, uses, and amenities that are desired in different types of neighborhoods and other districts.

There are three ways to participate in a listening session.

  1. Attend a regularly scheduled neighborhood association meeting where an MNA is on the agenda for conducting a session.  Want to reach out to your MNA to make sure your organization is included?  Contact them!
  2. If you can’t attend a meeting, MNA’s hold regular office hours in their districts.  Upcoming hours can be found through links to each district here.
  3. If you can’t attend a meeting or MNA office hours, you can provide your individual thoughts in the boxes below.
  • Please list one place, feature, or quality you like about your neighborhood per box. Click on the (+) button to the right of the box to add additional boxes, up to a total of 20!
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  • Please list one place, feature, or amenity per box that you think is missing from your neighborhood (things you wish were in your neighborhood). Click on the (+) button to the right of the box to add additional boxes, up to a total of 20!
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  • Of all the things you listed that you wish were in your neighborhood, which one is the most important to you?
  • We ask for this because we want to make sure we're hearing from residents in all corners of Marion County.
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