MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — The City of Mankato hosted an open house for their proposed 2020 Community Investment Plan Thursday evening, which identifies major city projects and improvements.
Projects in the $20 million plan look at different areas in infrastructure such as transit, waste water, storm water, sewage, parks and more.
Residents can still give their input on the plan by attending a council meeting, writing to the city or calling 311.
“I think probably the projects that I really enjoy are those basic infrastructure projects. They’re not very exciting to the average citizen, but they’re really what keeps our city running," Deputy City Manager Alison Zelns said.
The City of Mankato is hosting an open house to allow residents to provide input on the city’s proposed 2020 Community Investment Plan projects.
Due to limited funds available, Mankato’s Community Investment Plan is a multi-year plan to identify, prioritize, budget and plan major city projects and improvements.
The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, in the first-floor banquet hall at the Mankato Civic Center.
If residents are unable to attend the meeting, they can always give their input by:
- Visting mankatomn.gov
- Calling 311 or (507) 387-8600
- Writing to the City of Mankato — Click here to view the mailing address
- Attending a Mankato City Council meeting;
- or attending a neighborhood project meeting.
Mankato’s full 2020 Community Investment Plan can be found below.