April 16, 2014, 12 NOON- 1PM
237 Main Street, Buffalo, NY (Follow signs to the 2nd Floor conference room)
March 20, 2014, 7PM – 9PM
Eden Town Hall, 2795 E Church St #1, Eden, NY
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
If you would like to attend this session, please register here.
Submit a “Letter of Interest” today for funding from the WNY Regional Economic Development Council. Gain technical assistance from REDC on making your project proposal strong and competitive.
Local officials, business representatives and chamber of commerce members gathered at One Canalside on February 11, 2014 to further a conversation that started in November of 2012 on what we can accomplish together to create a more sustainable region.
As leaders in the private and public sectors, the participants provided essential input on how we can coordinate to form a sustainable Buffalo Niagara. We look forward to reconvening in the Spring to comment on the first draft of the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development.
What do the choices citizens made on their maps tell us about what they want for our region?
At Community Congress Workshops this past fall, citizens got to map what they want their future Buffalo Niagara to look like in forty years. As work on the analysis continues, trends and common themes are emerging from an analysis of the 57 maps citizens across the region created at the November 2013 workshops.
Looking across 57 citizen created maps to understand what citizens want their future Buffalo Niagara to look like.
Ways You Can Get Involved in One Region Forward Right Now
Express your vision for making Buffalo Niagara more sustainable through photos and captions.
Take photos or videos of places you want to change or places you want to keep for future generations, describe how you feel about these places, and help shape the One Region Forward movement.