Action Forums | February, 2017

How can we use current energy and interest to our advantage? How can we plant the seeds of future economic, environmental, and community benefits for all?

Join us for one or more of the following Action Forums and let’s find out. Tap into emerging initiatives and meet others who care about the same issues and opportunities that you do. Make progress on ideas and efforts in your section of Central, help align local policies, leverage resources, and make the best possible future for all of ABQ.

Come join us. Determine the areas of focus here (click image for larger view):

 

University Area

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 | 3:30-7:00pm
Heights Community Center | 823 Buena Vista Drive SE | Map it
RSVP: Help us plan for space and food. Call (505) 398-0212 or email us today.


International District

Thursday, February 23, 2017 | 3:30-7:00pm
Cesar Chavez Community Center | 7505 Kathryn Avenue SE | Map it
RSVP: Help us plan for space and food. Call (505) 398-0212 or email us today.


Old Town | West Downtown

Monday, February 27, 2017 | 3:30-7:00pm
Police Substation, Old Town | 2060 Central Avenue SW | Map it
RSVP: Help us plan for space and food. Call (505) 398-0212 or email us today.


Nob Hill

Wednesday, March 01, 2017 | 3:30-7:00pm
Highland Senior Citizen Center | 131 Monroe Street NE | Map it
RSVP: Help us plan for space and food. Call (505) 398-0212 or email us today.


Agenda

Ideas being advanced at the sessions include:

  • Business to business cooperation – marketing and branding individual districts
  • Desired public improvements – identifying them and realistic paths to funding them
  • Improved retail – how to grow demand for the neighborhood amenities you’d like to see
  • Jobs – better access to existing jobs and better job opportunities with new development
  • Household cost savings – strategies for saving household transportation costs
  • Spaces for entrepreneurs and more connections between consumers to local producers
  • Shaping future engagement and planning for Central and surrounding neighborhoods

Planning to Attend?

Serve as a co-convener by inviting others — like these below — who think these questions are important.

CABQ Econ Dev, Planning, Transit Departments • Downtown & Nob Hill Main Street Pgms • MRCOG • Route 66 Action Plan • BikeABQ board • Urban ABQ • Small Business Resource Collaborative (SBRC) • And more

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