Trussville mayor seeking citizens to help plan city’s future
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Do you have ideas about the direction of Trussville that you think could be helpful to the city’s future?
The city is launching Trussville 2040, an initiative to enact a long range plan for the community, and Mayor Buddy Choat is inviting citizens to participate in the planning process.
Trussville 2040 will form committees to look at the future of multiple segments of the area including education, public safety, government relations, roads and transportation, utilities and technology, growth and development, and community and family.
Choat hopes to tap into citizens’ ideas and knowledge in planning for the future of Trussville.
“What do you want the city of Trussville to look like in 20 years?” Choat asked in a video announcing the 2040 plan. “You have an opportunity to help us in shaping a vision for the year 2040. We need you, your ideas, and your expertise.”
Residents can sign up for committees through the city website at Trussville.org.
Committee leaders will then contact volunteers to set meeting times and locations. ‘Trussville 2040’ planning is expected to last approximately nine months.
You can learn more about the plan in the video below.