The Community Conversations aspect of the Quality of Life Initiative will begin this Saturday, later than was originally announced.
There will be three meetings for different segments of the city; this follows how the police department has divided Hartford into districts.
The first meeting is this Saturday, August 24th from 10a.m. until 2p.m. at Parker Memorial Community Center (2621 Main Street). This is for residents and stakeholders (churches, educational institutions, business owners, etc.) of the following neighborhoods, being considered “North District”: Blue Hills, Clay Arsenal, North East, North Meadows, and Upper Albany.
The meeting for what is considered the “Southern District” will be on September 7th, also from 10a.m. until 2p.m. This will be at the Pope Park Rec Center in Pope Park for the following neighborhoods: Barry Square, Behind the Rocks, Frog Hollow, Parkville, Sheldon-Charter Oak, South End, South Green, South Meadows, and South West.
Lunch will be provided, so rsvp by contacting 860.509.3778 or H2K@Hartford2000.org. Give your name, address, and way to be contacted.
After these three meetings are complete, there will be a “community get-together” for those who have participated in any of the previous conversations. This will be at the Hartford Public Library at 5:30p.m. on October 23rd.