Lexington Technology Park - Community Updates:
-March 5, 2018: URA to attend PBNDC Community Meeting, 7 PM - Construction Junction
-April 19, 2018: Community Update, 6 PM - Homewood Library - Flier
-May 7, 2018: URA to attend PBNDC Community Meeting, 7 PM - Location TBD
-June 14, 2018: Public Meeting with Developer Shortlist, Evening - The Kingsley Association

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Community engagement is a vital part of the redevelopment process. Though community engagement can take many forms, the URA’s process emphasizes communication, consultation, and participation among all groups invested in the redevelopment process.

Since 2011, the URA has participated in three community planning studies involving the Lexington Technology Park. Please explore them here:

PUBLIC OUTREACH

Since announcing the URA’s intent to RFP the Lexington Technology Park Site, the URA has been meeting with the community to provide information about the site, community planning to date, the URA’s RFP process, and for community discussion.

Community outreach with Rubinstein.
URA Executive Director Robert Rubinstein responds to community member questions about the redevelopment process.
Community speeaker engaging outreach conversation.
Community member engages in conversation about the history of manufacturing activities that occurred at Lexington Technology Park.
Community outreach with Gainey
Rep. Edward C. Gainey addresses the public meeting.

HOSTED MEETINGS

The URA hosted a Lexington Technology Park public meeting on November 2, 2017 at Construction Junction


The URA attended the Point Breeze North Development Corporation meeting on December 4th at Construction Junction.


The URA hosted a Lexington Technology Park public meeting on January 4, 2018 at the Homewood Library.


The URA attended Homewood Brushton's Business Association (HBBA) General Body Meeting on January 17, 2018 at Homewood Library.


The URA hosted a Lexington Technology Park public meeting on February 15, 2018 at Construction Junction.


The URA hosted s Lexington Technology Park public meeting on April 19, 2018 at Homewood Library.

Next steps on the Lexington Technology Park public process can be viewed in the below timeline.

Next steps ifo graphic for community outreach.