NIRPC to hold 2050 Plan Fall Pop-Up Event Series
The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) is currently working on the development of the 2050 Long-Range Plan. NIRPC is the metropolitan planning organization and council of governments for Lake, Porter, and LaPorte counties and our planning focus areas are transportation, environment, and economic development. The 2050 Plan examines our future including trends and influences to identify strategies and investments to achieve the vision for the region. This plan will guide us around the actions we need to start taking now to be prepared for the year 2050.
For our next round of public engagement, we are holding pop-up events across the region beginning October 4th. Our pop-up events will include information as well as activities that residents can participate in and learn more about potential transportation investments. The input of residents will assist in identifying investments for our region to pursue to achieve the vision for the year 2050.
Fall Pop-Up Event Schedule
|Thursday October 4||Fall Pop-Up||Crown Point Library||122 S. Main St.||5-7PM||Crown Point|
|Saturday October 6||Harvest Festival||Founders’ Square Park||6300 Founders Square||11AM-3PM||Portage|
|Thursday October 11||Fall Open House||State Street Community Church||209 State St.||5-7PM||LaPorte|
|Friday October 12||Wickedly Whiting Monster Dash 5k||Whiting Lakefront Park||1500 Park Rd.||6-9:30PM||Whiting|
|Saturday October 13||15th Annual Latino Resource Festival||Irving Elementary School||4727 Pine Ave.||10AM-2PM||Hammond|
|Friday October 19||Harvest Festival||Central Park Plaza||63 Lafayette St.||4-6:30PM||Valparaiso|
|Saturday October 20||Michigan City Farmer’s Market||8th & Washington St.||8AM-1PM||Michigan City|
Visit the 2050 Plan website for updates, events, and more information: https://nirpc.org/2040-plan/transportation/2050-plan/
Requests for alternate formats, please contact Mary Thorne at NIRPC at least 48 hours prior at (219) 763-6060 extension 131 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals with hearing impairments may contact us through the Indiana Relay 711 service by calling 711 or (800) 743-3333.
Last modified: September 24, 2018