Envision Neighborhoods

What is Envision Neighborhoods?

The Envision Neighborhoods initiative will foster strong relationships between residents and the City's Neighborhood Planning team. Our team will engage residents to identify and understand community needs during a time of unprecedented investment in our neighborhoods. Envision Neighborhoods will be an ongoing engagement initiative, sparking conversations between our neighborhood planners and residents.

How can you participate?

The Neighborhood Planning team is currently planning our next round of open house engagement sessions. Please check back soon for updates on our upcoming Envision Neighborhoods sessions!

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Where have we been?

Throughout early 2022, we have held open houses in each of the following neighborhoods:

  • Tuesday, March 8th at the Buffalo Museum of Science (1020 Humboldt Parkway) - MLK Park Neighborhood
  • Tuesday, March 15th at the Broadway Market (999 Broadway) - Broadway Fillmore Neighborhood
  • Thursday, March 17th at Dorothy J. Collier Community Center (118 E. Utica) - Masten Park Neighborhood
  • Wednesday, March 23rd at Delavan-Grider Community Center (877 E. Delavan) - Delavan-Grider Neighborhood
  • Tuesday, March 29th at Frederick Law Olmsted School No. 156 (319 Suffolk) - Kenfield Neighborhood
  • Thursday, March 31st at Gloria J. Parks Community Center (2242 Main) - University Heights Neighborhood
  • Wednesday, April 6th at Pratt-Willert Community Center (422 Pratt) - Pratt-Willert Neighborhood
  • Tuesday, April 19th at the Belle Center (104 Maryland) - Lower West Side Neighborhood
  • Thursday, April 21st at Amvets Medallion Post 13 (25 Review) - Riverside Neighborhood
  • Tuesday, April 26th at Public School 19 (97 W. Delavan) - West Side Neighborhood
  • Wednesday, April 27th at Seneca-Babcock Community Center (1168 Seneca) - Seneca- Babcock Neighborhood
  • Wednesday, May 11th at Schiller Park Senior Center (2057 Genesee) - Schiller Park Neighborhood