Topeka Residents Invited To Solve Community Concerns, Develop Ideas

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- The City of Topeka is gearing up for its Neighborhood Summit 2, a follow-up to an open house that allowed public comment and opportunities for residents to share their concerns with City staff.

At the first Summit, City Spokesperson Suzie Gilbert says Topeka residents indicated their priorities are property maintenance/housing, parks, communication and public safety. At the NS2, she says they we will work with residents to develop ideas and solutions to those concerns.

Mayor Larry Wolgast, Topeka City Council Members, and City Manager Jim Colson are expected to be at the NS2 to dialog with members of the community about their neighborhoods.

The NS2 is scheduled for Saturday, June 29 from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Holliday Conference Room, 620 SE Madison.

If you can't make it to the Summit in person, you can watch the event livestreamed online at www.topeka.org. Click the pink button on the homepage.


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