Members of the Rose Fellowship presented recommendations on Downtown revitalization to Mayor Lovely Warren, City leaders and members of the public on Friday, March 18.
The City of Rochester was just one of four cities selected for the Rose Fellowship. In the Fellowship cities receive assistance on a local land use challenge from the National League of Cities, the Urban Land Institute and peers from other Fellowship cities.
Rochester’s land-use challenge is to activate and re-energize three key Downtown assets: Main Street, the Genesee Riverfront, and the Broad Street Aqueduct.
Rose Fellows from across the country spent the week in Rochester, meeting with community stakeholders and touring Downtown.
Background: Rose Center for Public Leadership Working with Mayor Warren on Downtown Revitalization http://www.nlc.org/media-center/news-search/rose-center-for-public-leadership-working-with-mayor-warren-on-downtown-revitalization
- Click here to view the Rose Fellowhsip Panel Presentation
Date: Friday, March 18, 2016
Location: The Little Theatre, 240 East Avenue