8. What can I weigh in on and how will my input be used?

Early in the process, the public is invited to weigh in on the vision for the new Campus, community needs and uses that we should aim to accommodate, the character of the building, indoor and outdoor spaces, and public amenities. Your input will directly influence the work that the urban planners, landscape architects, and architects will do as they develop various design concepts.

A couple of months later, you will have the opportunity to review the different design concepts and let us know which ones you prefer, and why. We will carefully consider the input that we receive when we determine which of the design concepts will become the final one that is presented to Council. We would like to have a final plan that has broad community support and meets community needs, in addition to the needs of County departments.

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1. 1. Why do we need a Civic Campus?
2. 2. Which departments will be in the new Civic Campus?
3. 3. What will happen with the buildings that are currently occupied by those County departments?
4. 4. How much is the new Civic Campus going to cost?
5. 5. When will the new Civic Campus be built?
6. 6. Where will the new Civic Campus be located?
7. 7. What will this campus plan include and when will it be done?
8. 8. What can I weigh in on and how will my input be used?
9. 9. When will I have a chance to provide input?
10. 10. Why should I take the time to respond to the survey?
11. 11. Why isn’t the County doing more in-person events to collect input, like an open house?