HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF REVERE
July 9, 2019
Online survey to gather public feedback
The City of Revere and the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) continue their comprehensive master planning process, and today launched an online survey to gather community feedback on the public’s vision for what Revere could look like in the future. The survey is part of Next Stop Revere, a master plan that will help shape the City’s policy, project, and budget decisions for the next 15 to 20 years.
“We are thrilled with the high level of community involvement and feedback thus far” said Mayor Brian Arrigo. “This master planning process gives us the opportunity to define what our city looks like for future generations. Your feedback is invaluable and we encourage all residents to check out the survey.”
The master plan will guide the future physical and economic development of Revere based on the community’s vision and goals. The survey includes questions about how the town could change in the next two decades in regards to transportation, housing, economic development, public services, recreation, and more. The online survey will take about 10-20 minutes to complete and can be accessed at mapc.ma/revere.
There will be several other opportunities to participate in the planning process, including focus groups and pop-ups at community events throughout the summer and fall. Keep track of upcoming events at dashboards.mysidewalk.com/next-stop-revere/schedule-documents.
Translated versions of the survey will be distributed in the next few weeks. For more information on the project or questions about translation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.