NewsPublic Affairs / January 28, 2019

White River Vision Plan Enters 'Action' Phase

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Department of Metropolitan Development Director Emily Mack - Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Department of Metropolitan Development Director Emily Mack

Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Updated Jan. 29, at 2:30 p.m.

The White River Vision Plan meetings scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 30 at MIBOR and Sun King Brewery have been postponed due to the dangerously cold weather forecasted.

The two community meetings have been rescheduled for Feb. 13 at noon and 6 p.m. Locations for the meetings are still to be determined. 

Meetings on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at Conner Prairie and Thursday, Jan. 31 at Riverside High School will go on as scheduled.


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The White River Vision plan is entering its "action" phase.  Community members will have an opportunity to see the recommendations for focus areas and destinations along the White River as the draft plan is revealed. 

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with Department of Metropolitan Development Director Emily Mack about the final series of public input meetings and what’s ahead for the river in Indianapolis and Hamilton County.

Upcoming White River Vision Plan Meetings:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 29 - Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers (6 - 8 p.m.)
  • Wednesday, Jan. 30 - MIBOR, 19th & Meridian streets , Indianapolis(12 - 1:30 p.m.)
  • Wednesday, Jan. 30 - Sun King Brewery, 135 N. College Ave., Indianapolis (6 - 8 p.m.)
  • Thursday, Jan. 31 - Riverside High School, 3010 N. White River Parkway, Indianapolis (6 - 8 p.m.)
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