Coral Springs seeks input on future downtown
Officials in Coral Springs are mulling the creation of a downtown and need help from city residents to make it happen.
The city is hosting several events this month to promote public discussion about a future downtown area in the northwest Broward County destination, the Sun-Sentinel reported. In the first event scheduled for Dec. 9 in the lobby of Financial Plaza at 3300 North University Drive, residents can provide suggestions on transit options, a design for a new City Hall and other potential improvements.
City consultants are expected to crank out renderings based on those suggestions in time for a second event two days later. Residents would have the opportunity to offer additional input on the proposed designs. That event will also be held at Financial Plaza.
Finally, the consultants are scheduled to make a presentation on the second floor of Financial Plaza on Dec. 13. A presentation to city commissioners is expected during the Dec. 18 meeting. [Sun-Sentinel] — Eric Kalis