City Seeks Public Input
PRESCOTT, AZ (June 10, 2019) – The City of Prescott will be hosting two open house meetings regarding the Granite Creek Corridor Master Plan. The grant funded Master Plan focuses on the Granite Creek and Greenway Trail corridor from Aubrey Street to Granite Creek Park and traverses 1.2 miles of downtown Prescott. It allows for various access points to businesses, restaurants, events, Mile High Middle School, and more. The Master Plan is being created to enhance the creek corridor through improving the function of the creek, water quality, and improvement of the trail, access points, security, and beautification.
If you would like to share your input during the planning process, please click this link to complete a 3 minute survey.
Here are the details of the two meetings:
Business/Property Owner Meeting
When: June 24th from 9:30-11am
Where: City Hall 201 S. Cortez Street in the Council Chambers
What: For business/property owners directly on the Granite Creek Corridor to share ideas and concerns from their specific perspective. Q&A session with a panel of various stakeholders working on the project, which will include City of Prescott, Natural Channel Design, Kimley-Horn, and the Granite Creek Corridor Revitalization Committee.
General Public Meeting
When: June 26th from 4-6pm
Where: Founding Fathers located at 218 N. Granite Street
What: Open house meeting format with representatives from City of Prescott, Natural Channel Design, Kimley-Horn, and the Granite Creek Corridor Revitalization Committee who will engage the general public to receive feedback and input on the Master Plan.