City of Prescott to Host Public Open House Meeting for the Granite Creek Corridor Master Plan

The City of Prescott is hosting a public open house meeting to receive feedback on the draft master plan of the Granite Creek Corridor. The open house meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 15th from 11:30am – 1:30pm at the Prescott Public Library Founder’s Suite.

The City is currently in the process of drafting a master plan for the revitalization of the Granite Creek Corridor from Aubrey Street to Granite Creek Park, which is funded through a grant from the Arizona Water Protection Fund. The City hosted two public meetings in June in order to solicit feedback regarding progress on the master plan as well as get insights on what citizens desired for potential amenities, lighting, access, and creek functionality and health. Over the last several months the City and its partners – Natural Channel Design, Kimley-Horn, and Beta PR – have compiled the feedback and incorporated it into the draft plan, which will be on display at this meeting.

The master plan is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year with the goal of beginning the enhancements in 2020.   

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  • John Heiney
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