Please Join Us for a Public Meeting and Workshop: Sheboygan Waterfront and Marina Master Plan

Categories: Parks & Forestry, City Projects

The Department of Public Works, in direct collaboration with the Smith Group, is excited to announce a public meeting and workshop on April 30, 2024, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Mead Public Library held on the 1st floor in the Rocca Room. This event aims to gather individuals interested in the future of the Sheboygan Waterfront and Marina Master Plan for an open discussion, idea exchange, and engagement opportunity.

The Sheboygan Waterfront and Marina Master Plan is a vital project aimed at shaping the future of our waterfront area, ensuring its vibrancy, accessibility, and sustainability for generations to come. We believe that community involvement is essential in this process, and your input is invaluable.

Attendees can expect:

  • Interactive workshops and group discussions: Engage in hands-on activities and collaborative discussions to explore ideas and potential solutions for the Sheboygan waterfront.
  • Opportunities to network: Connect with fellow community members, stakeholders, and project partners who share a passion for the Sheboygan waterfront's future.
  • 1:1 Conversation with Smith Group and City Staff: Have your questions answered and gain deeper insights into the Sheboygan Waterfront and Marina Master Plan from experts and city officials.

Your participation is crucial as we work together to shape the future of our waterfront and create a space that reflects the needs and aspirations of our community. We encourage residents, business owners, organizations, and anyone with an interest in the Sheboygan waterfront to join us for this important event.

"We look forward to your participation and the opportunity to engage with you in meaningful discussions on the Sheboygan Waterfront and Marina Master Plan project," said Interim Director of the Department of Public Works, Aaron Groh.

We hope to see you there!

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