The purpose of the Mayor’s Walk is to introduce the community to administrative leaders and to identify key issues and concerns of the community.
During the event, city leaders walk a key corridor and connect face-to-face with residents, business owners, community organizations. Constituents can meet city officials face-to-face and voice any requests or needs in real time.
At the end of each event, officials document all issues raised. A report published soon after summarizes all points, their statuses and the departments responsible for resolution.
The Community Walk team follows up with those departments in 30, 60, and 90-day intervals and provides updates at each checkpoint period until all issues have been resolved.
Local organizations, area merchants, home owner associations, and other community partners are invited to participate.
Please stay tuned for upcoming news and reports for the Mayor’s Community Walk.
If you would like more information about the Mayor’s Community Walk, please emailSheena Screen, Communications Specialist, Department of Communications & External Affairs: