Want a say in the Peoria riverfront's future development? Here's your chance.
The city of Peoria will hold a kickoff public meeting on Tuesday, May 15 on the Riverfront Master Plan, the planning study for the downtown riverfront area running from the Bob Michel Bridge to the Riverplex, and from the river to Water Street.
The planning effort will also explore land use, access, transportation and parking in the larger downtown area which may affect the riverfront. The plan will also incorporate plans for the demolished Riverfront Village, and the green space next to it.
If you'd like to attend the meeting, it will be held at the Gateway Building, 200 NE Water Street, from 5-7 p.m. A formal presentation on the study begins at 5:30 p.m.