By Eric Smith, Tribune
Cities grow and cities change and every 10 years, according to Arizona state law, their general plans must be updated. But these are not unilateral changes that are simply made by local politicians. An important piece of the puzzle is obtaining public opinion and allowing the community to have a voice in the way their city plans its future.
That is exactly what Chandler is doing through its “Vision Fest,” a series of local meetings and workshops that allow Chandler residents to meet with local planners and discuss what they want to see happen in the city over the next decade.