Residents are invited to attend an upcoming open house to learn more about a plan to develop a new multi-purpose project at the northeast corner of Bristol Street and Central Avenue. The project would include a police substation, a community meeting room, a fire station and an outdoor recreation park.
The open house is a come-and-go format scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Holy Cross Lutheran Church and School, 600 N. Greenwich Road. City of Wichita officials are seeking public feedback on some preliminary design concepts for the Central & Bristol Park Master Plan.
“We want residents to come out to learn more about this exciting project and we want to hear from them," said Dave Barber, Advanced Plans Manager, Metropolitan Area Planning Department. “Community input is important for determining design elements for this site.”
The City acquired the 14-acre site at Bristol and Central several years ago. Late in 2010, an 11-member Plan Steering Committee was appointed to help develop a recommended concept master plan. To get more information on the project, visit the City’s homepage www.wichita.gov. Please direct questions to Barber at (316) 268-4490, DBarber@wichita.gov.