Efforts to Seek Resident Feedback
In an effort to engage residents and collect feedback on what actions and priorities they want to see focused on in the 2040 Comprehensive plan, staff from the Planning & Development Services department participated in various community events to seek out resident feedback.
Over the past two weeks planning staff were present at the Fairway Drive & Savell Drive Engineering public meeting held at the Community Center, National Night Out in Town Square, and the Nurture Nature Festival at the Baytown Nature center. During these events over 150 residents in total participated in providing their opinion on what the city needs to prioritize for the future.
Staff asked participants to rank their top two goals and top two actions from the draft list for each of the three focus areas currently being developed in this phase of the Comprehensive Plan. This feedback was recorded and used as a metric to show how residents feel about priorities for the city moving forward.
Staff will continue seeking feedback and resident priorities at future engagement events to help provide direction for the final deliverable of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
To make your voice heard in the decision making for the future of Baytown visit the Planning & Development Services at these future engagement events including:
CATCH Night on October 28th, from 5:30-7:00 PM at David Crockett Elementary School.
The Comprehensive Plan 2040 Open House on November 9th, from 5:00-7:00 PM at Sterling High School.