10 Months | 6,000+ Ideas | 200+ Interviews | Themes + Priorities Underway A thank you to the thousands of folks who have engaged and shared their voice and opinion as part of Imagine Dubuque, the City of Dubuque’s New Comprehensive Plan. Whether at a workshop, focus group, or comments shared via the mobile ideaContinue reading 3 Workshops Down, 1 To Go!
April 19th, 2017 at the Smokestack 6:00pm – 8:00pm Imagine Dubuque’s Social + Cultural Vibrancy Workshop, which took place on April 19th, 2017 from 6-8pm, was an evening to remember. Graciously hosted by The Smokestack (62 E. 7th Street), the historic, pre-Civil War venue served up atmosphere, inspiration, delectable local fare and an “Idea Gallery” withContinue reading Social + Cultural Vibrancy Community Workshop Summary
Employment opportunities, affordable housing, education, transportation, safe neighborhoods, access to medical and mental health resources… Equity relates to ALL areas of Dubuque’s Comprehensive Plan and community life, as highlighted in the City’s Mission + Vision Statement. Help make Dubuque more viable, livable and equitable by sharing your thoughts and priorities via this short 9-question pollContinue reading Share your thoughts: Take the New Equity Quick Poll!
What to expect: Movement, Markers, Doodling, and Free Expression. Click here to RSVP today — it’s only 1-week away! Think outside the box. Imagine Dubuque’s Social + Cultural Vibrancy Workshop will be unlike any other. Graciously hosted by The Smokestack (62 E. 7th Street), the workshop will include delectable local fare and be anything butContinue reading Get Ready: 4/19 Social + Cultural Vibrancy Workshop Unlike Any Other…
What does social + cultural vibrancy mean to you? How can we continue to foster, support and improve such in Dubuque? Share your ideas: Join us for the Imagine Dubuque ‘Social + Cultural Vibrancy Workshop’ on April 19th – 6pm at The Smokestack | 62 E. 7th Street | Help make our City more viable,Continue reading Imagine Dubuque: April 2017 Plan Update
Have your say, share your ideas today! Hundreds of ideas are streaming in via the Imagine Dubuque Idea Portal, and we couldn’t be happier! From the desire for more activities including rock climbing walls and mountain biking to sustainability goals and diversity precedents – the thought bubbles being shared are inspiring and plentiful. What’s evenContinue reading You said it!? Over 900 Ideas and Counting…
Dubuque has a goal of being a welcoming, diverse, and inclusive community. Dubuque envisions a socially and culturally vibrant future where heritages and backgrounds are celebrated; where human needs can be met within the community; and where creativity and cultural expression flourish and are experienced by all. In this future, people are both drawn toContinue reading It’s here! Take the New Social + Cultural Vibrancy Quick Poll
Social and Cultural Vibrancy Working Group Carnegie Stout Library Auditorium February 21st, 2017 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm The ‘Social and Cultural Vibrancy Working Group’ took place on February 21st at Carnegie Stout Library. The purpose of the working group was to identify and prioritize issues, and get input to help guide the upcomingContinue reading Social and Cultural Vibrancy Working Group Discussion + Mindmap Video
University of Dubuque Blades Hall February 21st, 2017 | 6-8pm RSVP: Social + Cultural Vibrancy Workshop – April 19th, 2017 @ The Smokestack On Tuesday, February 21st, the City hosted the Imagine Dubuque Environmental Integrity Workshop at the University of Dubuque’s Blades Hall. The community-wide workshop ran from 6-8 pm and served as the secondContinue reading Environmental Integrity Workshop Highlights
Tomorrow is only a day away and with it brings the opportunity to share your ideas and insights on how to improve the City of Dubuque. Bring your friends and neighbors and together enjoy a free dinner while hearing updates on Imagine Dubuque. Join us at the University of the Dubuque (Blades Hall – detailsContinue reading Did someone say dinner party? Join us tomorrow 2/21 at 6pm for dinner and discussion at the Environmental Integrity Workshop