February 18th Town Hall Blog Recap

Image of Marta presenting at the Town Hall

By Joshua Baker

On Friday, February 18, Lloyd EcoDistrict hosted a Virtual Town Hall to share an update on the EcoDistrict Certification process we’re currently spearheading for our neighborhood. 

The EcoDistrict Certification process is an opportunity to create a community-driven plan to address equity, resilience, and climate protection at the neighborhood level. Hundreds of community members and local stakeholders have provided feedback and input throughout this process, and the Lloyd EcoDistrict team has spent the past few months synthesizing your responses, evaluating community priorities and feasible benchmarks, and putting together a working draft for the 2030 Roadmap. 

We shared the working draft of the 2030 Roadmap during the Town Hall with the three dozen community stakeholders in attendance, and provided opportunities for breakout discussion groups for reflection, feedback, and additional idea generation. 

If you weren’t able to join and are interested in hearing the update and providing feedback, we want to hear from you! 

Click here for the event recording and use passcode c7hyy=1g to access.

Click here to share your thoughts and feedback on all six roadmap priority areas, and your ideas for programs, projects, and partnerships to make this roadmap a success. This survey includes a link to the working draft of the 2030 Roadmap, which we reviewed during the Town Hall. 

Questions? Email Lloyd EcoDistrict Interim Executive Director Marta Hanson at marta@ecolloyd.org