The Riverfront Zoning Amendment process built on the City’s previous outreach efforts with the goals of high transparency to ensure the final product was informed by the community. To that end, the process offered numerous opportunities for public involvement.
The outreach process was directed by City Planning staff and a project Core Committee, with representation from affected communities, various land use interests, public interest organizations and government authorities.
A Stakeholder Committee was formed that comprised a wider variety of interested groups and individuals to provide targeted feedback as work products were developed.
Industry-specific working groups were convened, including (but not limited to) industrial riverfront users, residents, developers, environmental interests, and recreational users.
A variety of public events and open-houses were planned to ensure numerous opportunities for members of the public to learn about the project and provide feedback.
City-County Building Lighting - What Do Tonight's Colors Represent?
Beginning June 1, 2020, the City-County Building will be lit to celebrate Pride Month.
For questions about the lighting at the City-County Building, please reach out to the Office of the Mayor.