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The City of Moab is moving into the third phase of its vital community-wide project to create a vision and strategic action plan for Moab’s future. All Moab residents are encouraged to become involved in this important and exciting process by registering to participate in one of the upcoming Community Vision Workshops, scheduled for June 6-9. Registration is available online at bit.ly/MoabTomorrowTogether. In March, almost 800 residents completed the Moab – Tomorrow Together community vision survey, sharing their perspectives, hopes, and concerns. In April, more than 60 residents spent two evenings participating in the Community Think Tank process, helping develop preferred and expected future scenarios for Moab’s future.
The nine Community Vision workshops scheduled for June 6- 9 are geared toward specific groups such as the arts, recreation, seniors, young professionals and business owners. Two community-wide workshops will also be held.
The facilitated hour-long workshops will examine the results from the project to date, followed by an exploration of the preferred and expected futures for Moab in 2030. These plausible futures were developed at the Think-Tank. The community vision workshops aim to build a deeper understanding of the potential future of Moab and will culminate with the Vision Survey at the end of each session.
“We appreciate that so many residents have chosen to be involved in this process so far. It really does give the community a voice in shaping how Moab should look and feel in years to come. This project will help City government better understand and serve the needs of our residents and businesses,” said Moab City Manager Carly Castle. “We hope more members of our diverse community will actively participate in the next phases of the process.”
To register for the workshops, go to the Moab – Tomorrow Together website, at bit.ly/MoabTomorrowTogether.
The results of the vision survey and the Think Tank report are also available on the website.
Community input from these Vision Workshops and the survey completed during the workshops will help inform a series of focus groupshttps://lab2.future-iq.com/moab-tomorrow-together/ that will be aligned around specific topics highlighted throughout the overall process. The focus groups will take place in early August.
David Beurle, CEO of Future iQ, the consultant overseeing the project, said the Moab- Tomorrow Together process has been “a fantastic success to date.”
“With almost 800 responses to the Community Survey and over 60 participants at the Think-Tank, the community members are showing their interest and commitment to the future of Moab,” Buerle said. “We look forward to running the community vision workshops in June and the focus groups in August.”
More information and registration for the Community Vision Workshops are available at bit.ly/MoabTomorrowTogether.