Neighborhood Plan Update- Community Open House

Neighborhood Plan Update Community Open House

Where are the sidewalks? Where is the center of our community–the place where we shop and see neighbors? These are just some of the questions our community discussed during the first two Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake Neighborhood Plan Update workshops this year. We said that our community would like:

  • A town center and other places where people can come together to shop, dine, and play
  • To preserve the neighborhood’s natural beauty and character
  • To make Aurora more hospitable and pleasant
  • To complement growth with urban amenities and sidewalks
  • To walk and bike safely

Did we get it right? On Nov. 5, the City will present the first draft of our Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake Neighborhood Plan Update for community review and input. As a stakeholder, you and others are encouraged to transform your passion about key issues into reality.

We all have a role in making this a better place. So bring a friend. Bring your neighbors. Bring the kids. Our community needs us!

Saturday, November 5, 2011
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Bitter Lake Community Center
13035 Linden Ave N.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Kerry Wade at (206) 733-9091 or to request addition information, interpretation services, or DA accommodations.

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2 Comments on “Neighborhood Plan Update- Community Open House”

  1. Great questions…. I would love to walk from my home and get a great sandwich/salad and soup. Our part of Greenwood really needs some eating and neighborhood gathering places. I have no place to meet my neighbors. What new business would want to open on Greenwood with no sidewalks? If it was friendlier business would come. We don’t need more condos and apts.

  2. Hello Friends,
    We, the members of the Planning Advisory Committee for Broadview-BitterLake-Haller Lake 2020 Vision Plan update, welcome you to the Nov 5 Meeting.
    Regards, Richard L. Dyksterhuis

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