What: Public Meeting to receive resident input on the Houston Galveston Regional Plan for Sustainable Development.
Experts predict that 4 million new residents will make the Houston Galveston region their home over the next 30 years. The Houston-Galveston Area Council has partnered with 25 organizations to create a 13-county regional plan for sustainable development that will analyze ways to improve and preserve important resources such as air, water, jobs, housing, transportation and green spaces.
When: Tuesday, April 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Fort Bend County Annex in Missouri City, 307 Texas Pkwy., Suite 204
Residents attending the public forum will have an opportunity to speak with planning experts and community leaders on key issues such as where the new residents will live and how the population growth with affect the quality of life and transportation. The event is also being co-sponsored by the Third Ward Community Cloth Cooperative Housing and Environment Thread.
For additional details on the initiative, please visit: www.ourregion.org.