Learn about future growth in Delray Beach at this interactive city workshop

An April 24, 1970 arial shot of Delray Beach taken by staff photographer Tom Purin. (Palm Beach Post archives)

An April 24, 1970 arial shot of Delray Beach taken by staff photographer Tom Purin. (Palm Beach Post archives)

DELRAY BEACH — Learn more about the city’s plans for economic, intergovernmental and education growth in the next decade at an interactive workshop on Monday, Jan. 9.

The workshop is the second in a four-part series that focuses on Delray Beach’s comprehensive plan, which describes how the community looks today and how much it’s expected to grow in the future.

On Jan. 9 at 6 p.m., residents will convene at Old School Square’s Fieldhouse, at 51 N. Swinton Ave., to learn more about the comprehensive plan.

Each of the four workshops focus on a portion of the comprehensive plan’s slogan, “Live. Work. Play. Grow.”

Each of these topics comprises sections of Delray’s comprehensive plan, which lays out the city’s plans for land use, transportation, housing, recreation, conservation, capital improvement, intergovernmental coordination, infrastructure and coastal management, among other topics.

On Sept. 26, the city held a workshop focused on “play,” which included discussions of Delray’s coastline and recreational facilities.

For more details on the Jan. 9 workshop, visit alwaysdelray.com.

 

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