The City of Cedar Falls invites the community to a public presentation for the Cedar Falls Resilience Plan on April 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Cedar Falls Community Center (528 Main Street). The Resilience Plan will also be available online at cfresilience.com from April 13 to April 27. Citizens will be able to submit input and questions online as well.
Following the public review period, the Resilience Plan may be updated based on the collected community feedback. It will then move forward for City Council consideration tentatively scheduled in late spring or early summer 2022.
About the Cedar Falls Resilience Plan
The Cedar Falls Resilience plan was created following the initial public kick-off in the fall of 2020. It includes input taken from multiple community workshops held in October of 2020. Due to COVID-19 precautions, these workshops were held online.
On November 10, 2020, the information from the workshops was presented at a virtual Town Hall meeting. The public feedback gathered from that meeting was then used as the foundation for creating a series of three worksheets. These worksheets were available to the community beginning in mid-December 2020 and wrapped up in mid-March 2021. The results were used to draft the Cedar Falls Resilience Plan.
The Resilience Plan identifies actions needed as a community supporting a collective goal to be a resilient city. It provides a guide that not only utilizes existing community plans and actions but also includes sought-after public involvement to identify additional actions needed to improve our prosperity and stability. Learn more and stay updated at cfresilience.com.