Community Input Meetings

Community Input Meetings, whether virtual or in-person, are always open to the public. They don’t have statutory requirements and serve as informational meetings for feedback from the community. At present, the following applies to Community Input Meetings until otherwise noted:

  • Virtual meetings are not required to be held in person; recordings are published within 1-2 weeks.
  • Watch past virtual meeting recordings. They are filed as "Non-Televised Meetings" on the Public Meetings page.
  • In-person meetings may also be hosted virtually within two weeks.

Northwest Booster Pump Station Water Utility Project
Thursday, June 23 at 6 p.m.

This project will consist of a new concrete driveway on both Riney Road and Santos Drive, and a new pump station building enclosed with a masonry veneer on the west side of the existing elevated storage tank. The perimeter will also be surrounded by a fence constructed of masonry, along with multiple trees and shrubbery. 

Staff will be available to discuss the scope of the project and answer questions from those in attendance. 
In personMeeting Location: North Lakes Rec Center, 2001 W. Windsor Dr.
Hickory Creek Road, Phase 3 
Thursday, July 7 at 6 p.m.
This project is a part of a multi-phase Hickory Creek Road widening project to increase mobility and address safety concerns. The Hickory Creek Phase 3 project includes bridge installation over the Kansas City Southern Railroad, mixed use path, and roadway realignment. The project spans from Country Club Road to east of Riverpass along Hickory Creek Road.

Staff will be available to discuss the current road configuration and answer questions from those participating in the virtual meeting.
Virtual (Zoom)Click here to register and receive a link for this meeting.
Parkway On-Street Multiuse Path
Thursday, July 14 at 6 p.m.

This project was identified in 2019 when removal of the traffic signals at Elm Street and Locust Street was evaluated. The opportunity to repurpose a portion of Parkway Street for active travel by non-motorists was identified. As staff evaluated needs within the corridor, the potential to install an on-street multiuse path, serving both bicyclist and pedestrian travel needs, was identified. This facility is proposed to be constructed using “quick-build” techniques, utilizing pavement markings and surface-installed materials like flexible bollards. The facility will provide near-term benefits as a complete and continuous facility on Parkway Street between Carroll Boulevard and Congress Street, expanding access to the trails within Quakertown Park. 

Staff will  be available to discuss the scope of the project and answer questions from those in attendance.
Virtual (Zoom)Click here to register and receive a link for this meeting. 

How to Participate in a Virtual Community Input Meeting

  1. Attending
  2. Special Accommodations
  3. Share Feedback
  4. Leave Virtual Meeting

How to Obtain a Meeting Link to Attend

The Zoom webinar format is used for virtual community input meetings and can be accessed via a smartphone, tablet, or computer.

  1. Click the "Register to attend" provided above.
  2. Complete the registration by providing your name, email address, and contact number.
  3. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a meeting link.

If you register in advance, simply refer to the email to access the link.