Westerville Mayor Craig Treneff is hosting a series of neighborhood meetings to connect with residents, answer questions and hear feedback on City of Westerville programs and services. Residents will receive postcards notifying them of their neighborhood meeting date and time as their event draws near.
The next Neighborhood Chat will be held on Wednesday, June 27 at 6 p.m. in the Westerville South High School Media Center, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. The Media Center is located on the second floor of the building.
A major function of these sessions will be discussing new initiatives. Topics will include:
An emerging City effort to develop or enhance programs for those in need, including victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.
The City is looking closely at housing and how best to support its neighborhoods. We want your thoughts on protecting property values and existing housing stock, as well as meeting future needs.
KINDNESS AND CIVILITY
In light of programs like Neighborhood Bridges, Neighbor2Neighbor and Otterbein University’s Kindness Matters campaign, what more can we do to improve community relationships at the neighborhood level?
Learn more about City Council and provide feedback about City issues at www.westerville.org/council.