Community Pop Up – Lane Avenue Planning Study
September 26 @ 5:30 pm-7:00 pm
One event on September 26, 2019 at 5:30 pm
City Council has initiated the Lane Avenue Planning Study to take a detailed look at the Lane Avenue business district and corridor, as a whole, to better understand the impacts of future growth and to put in place a framework to guide this growth in a way that best benefits the community. Led by OHM Advisors, the Study includes two phase of citizen engagement, providing opportunities for residents to learn about the significance of the business district for Upper Arlington’s future and to provide input on what they believe should be priority considerations.
In September, residents can participate in the first round of information gathering, in the following ways:
- Open House 1: 6-8 pm, Wednesday, September 18, COhatch, 1733 W. Lane Avenue
- Community Pop Up 1: 7:30-9 am, Thursday, September 26, Crimson Cup, 2468 Northwest Boulevard
- Community Pop Up 2: 5:30-7 pm, Thursday, September 26, Whole Foods, 1555 W. Lane Avenue
Please join us for one or more of these events.
Click here for more on the Lane Avenue Planning Study.
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