Thanks to all those who attended the RE-Vision public meetings. There’s still time to submit comments online using the email addresses shown in the right column of this page. The Vision Commission will provide a report of comments and recommendations to the City Council in the coming months.
In 2008, citizens created a vision for a better Columbia. They listed more than 100 hundred strategies to make our community a better place to live, work, play and stay connected. You are invited to “Re-Vision” Columbia for the next five years.
- What progress have you seen since the Community Vision was created?
- What else has happened since then?
- What should the community do, going forward?
|City Council Chamber, City Hall, 701 E. Broadway||Community Character; Downtown; Economic Development|
|Public Conference Room, Missouri Employers Mutual, 101 N. Keene St.||Education; Community Facilities; Parks and Recreation; Transportation|
|Wednesday, May 20, 2015 |
|Meeting Rooms A, B and C, ARC – Activity and Recreation Center, 1701 W. Ash||Health, Social Services and Affordable Housing; Community Pride; Arts and Culture|
|Cafeteria, Rock Bridge High School, 4303 S. Providence Road||Environment; Development; Governance|
Who’s Sponsoring RE-Vision?
The Columbia Vision Commission will hold these sessions every five years,
according to City ordinance.
Alvin Cobbins, Vice-Chair
I crave more information. What can I see?
Learn more about the history, process and people involved with the Community Vision.