Memphis 3.0 Feedback Session

The City of Memphis is embarking on an exciting journey. For the first time in four decades, a strategic plan will be developed to outline a new direction for Memphis – intended to create a City of great neighborhoods and to maximize the City’s ability to improve the quality of life for all residents. And they need your help!

Embark & Fellows alumni and current participants are invited to an exclusive Memphis 3.0 Feedback Session for New Memphis alumni. Join us on January 30 from 6pm to 8pm to offer advice and suggestions on enhancing the city core – Downtown and Midtown.

Memphis 3.0 is asking the public to help develop a shared vision, priorities, and ideas for their city and their neighborhoods.  That’s where you come in. At this session, a Memphis 3.0 City Planner will lead Embarkers & Fellows through exercises to reflect on your own communities and share feedback that will influence the development of the City’s comprehensive plan. You’ll be asked to describe your vision for Memphis and tell us how your neighborhood could be better. No one is more important to this process than Memphians themselves because the best experts about our neighborhoods are the people in them.

This event is free and dinner and drinks will be served, but registration is required. Please RSVP here.

Memphis 3.0 Feedback Session
January 30, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Memphis Sound Lab (housed in an old chapel off of East Parkway)
2323 Monroe Ave. | Memphis | 38104

Core focus areas of the Memphis 3.0 plan are:

  • Opportunity: Memphis is a city of opportunity, that focuses on access, affordability, and civic capacity for a prosperous and inclusive community
  • Land: Memphis is a smart, sustainable city, that anchors growth and density in the core and today’s neighborhoods and prevents prolonged disinvestment in communities across the City
  • Connectivity: Memphis is a connected and accessible city, that invests in infrastructure and mobility options that provide access to opportunities to services for all population