TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - This week, a summit in Tallahassee is getting input from officials and the public about ways to make the city better.
The summit is a full week of identifying places in town that could use upgrades that everyone in the community will appreciate.
This is all a joint effort between the Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency, Leon County, and the City of Tallahassee. But those three agencies are receiving some vital input from the Knight Foundation and an organization known as 8-80 Cities.
The name 8-80 refers to the plan to make public spaces enjoyable for people ages 8 up to 80.
Penalosa and his team will be in town all week listening to what you have to say and helping city workers come up with plans to turn the Public Spaces into Great Places.
And it all begins Monday with the Leon County Lecture Series at 7 p.m. at Fifth and Thomas.