Upcoming Public Engagement Opportunities
Impact of COVID-19
Due to social distancing guidelines put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19, more emphasis has been placed on virtual engagement opportunities.
Online Workshop #1 | March 29 – April 12
This first engagement opportunity was intended to introduce the planning process and serve as our baseline assessment. Participants learned about the process by watching a quick video. Then, the project team worked to understand level of satisfaction among participants with how things are TODAY in order to plan for the FUTURE.
Some of the key questions we worked to answer included:
- What’s your vision for the future?
- What is Lawrenceburg doing well?
- What does Lawrenceburg need to improve?
- How can Lawrenceburg activate its riverfront?
Community Survey | Early May
The community survey focused on vetting the draft vision statement and diving deeper into the unique opportunities and challenges of downtown, US 50 corridor, and the hillside. The project team will had draft goal statements developed and ready for public input.
Community Workshop #2 – Mid-June
The second community workshop provided the public with an opportunity to review the draft strategies and helped prioritize the recommendations prior to reviewing the complete draft plan.
Public Review of Draft Plan | August
It is anticipated that the complete draft plan will be available for public review in August. The project team will provide a public review and comment period along with a public presentation of the draft plan.
The City of Lawrenceburg has partnered with HWC Engineering to facilitate the planning process. The HWC project team has completed countless comprehensive plans across the State of Indiana. If you wish to contact them, please fill out the contact form.
- Cory Whitesell, PE LEED, AP – Project Manager
- Hailey Woods, AICP – Project Planner
The steering committee is charged with guiding the development of the plan. There are 17 committee members that represent a diverse background of community members. The committee has representation from the Mayor, City Council, Plan Commission, City Staff, Main Street, Ivy Tech, Lawrenceburg Schools, Redevelopment Commission, One Dearborn, and local businesses.
Resources to Review
As resources become available, the project team will post links here for you to review.