Laramie, Wyoming – The City of Laramie today announced a new survey released to collect feedback from city residents about topics including jobs, infrastructure, and their vision for the future of the community, for the developing 10-year Economic Development plan. The City has partnered with Fourth Economy and Community Builders to guide and engage residents, students, businesses, and leaders in the planning process. Feedback from the survey will inform the development of all planning to ensure that the Economic Development Strategic Action Plan reflects the needs and interests of community members.
“A place-based economic development plan in top priority for our City Council,” says Janine Jordan, Laramie City Manager. “So, through this survey and other activities, we hope to gain feedback from as many residents as possible.”
Fourth Economy will help the city develop a 10-year Laramie-centric Community Economic Development Strategic Action Plan that will identify actions, projects, and programs that the City and various partners in the community will take on to strengthen our community’s future.
The survey is available online at http://bit.ly/thrivelaramie and can be taken in person at upcoming events throughout the community that will soon be announced. Survey participants will be entered to win one of ten $100 Downtown Laramie gift cards