The public is invited to learn about Round Rock’s downtown redevelopment process and offer input at this interactive meeting.
The purpose of the public meeting is to kick off the public involvement effort for the downtown planning process and present principles of integrated urban design, land use and transportation planning to area residents and business owners. Attendees will offer input on what they value about Round Rock, as well as identify “best of” and “worst of” features of downtown.
The City of Round Rock has hired Glatting Jackson to help it develop a scope of services proposal and begin the public input process. Glatting Jackson will conduct preliminary data collection, conduct stakeholder interviews and facilitate an initial public presentation in order to prepare a scope of work for a public process initiative. This effort will allow Round Rock to initiate a comprehensive development and public involvement process; understand specific issues within the Downtown and surrounding neighborhoods; and outline a scope of work that meets the specific needs of the City and downtown stakeholders.
The meeting will be facilitated by consultants Blake Drury and Tara Salmieri of Glatting Jackson.
The downtown planning process is still in its early stages. The Round Rock City Council identified the redevelopment of downtown as a strategic priority at its annual August retreat.