In an effort to keep the community informed, Vice-Mayor John Hill and Councilor Kim Herbstritt will hold eight community informational meetings on designated topics throughout the year. Meetings will be held at various locations from 10 am-noon (unless stated otherwise) with the first meeting scheduled for this Saturday, February 1.
All Winchester residents are invited to attend, ask questions and participate in the open discussions.
|Saturday, February 1||St. Stephens CME, 202 Maple Street||Winchester Public Schools|
|Saturday, March 7||John Mann/Wesley Parish United Methodist Church, 527 Van Fossen Street||Refuse & Recycling|
|Saturday, April 11||Mt. Carmel Baptist, 1217 S. Pleasant Valley Road||Winchester Police|
|Saturday, June 6||Jim Barnett Park Rec Center, 1001 E. Cork Street||Emergency Management|
|Saturday, August 8
|Youth Development Center, 3 Battaile Drive||Youth Panel (High School)|
|Saturday, September 12||Jim Barnett Park Rec Center, 1001 E. Cork Street||Sidewalks & Walkability|
|Saturday, October 3||St. Paul AME Church, 428 N. Loudoun Street||Streets & Traffic|
|Saturday, November 7||Jim Barnett Park Rec Center, 1001 E. Cork Street||City Manager & Mayor|
The schedule is subject to change. Residents are encouraged check the Community Meetings web page for the most up-to-date information and to submit suggestions for future topic ideas.