Public input will be key to the first phase of Irving’s Comprehensive Plan development, which ramps up early 2015. Through social media, hands-on workshops, neighborhood meetings and other engagement techniques, residents and business owners will have a chance to weigh-in on the look and feel of tomorrow’s Irving. In addition, there will be opportunities for community members to serve on committees.
Other phases include a look at physical components; management and infrastructure; and implementation strategies. The closing phase will be the review and approval process of the final plan.
The city has already hired Fregonese Associates to develop the plan. Kimley Horn and Associates, JPH Architects, K Strategies and the J. Williams Group will work with Fregonese Associates on the project. Each partner firm specializes in one or more aspects of comprehensive planning.
For more information, visit: cityofirving.org