Mayor Wade Troxell, City Council, and City Manager Darin Atteberry will host the annual State of the City from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 29 at The Lyric, 1209 N. College Ave.
There will be a short film featuring the residents, businesses, and City staff about the accomplishments and challenges of 2018 followed by a live Q&A in the big theater. Smaller theaters will have a live stream and live Spanish interpretation is optional with small earpieces, available in the lobby prior to the event.
The Major accomplishments for the City in 2018 include
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- the beginning of broadband installation,
- reconstruction of the College Avenue and Horsetooth Road intersection,
- addition of five new acres of gardens at The Gardens on Spring Creek and
- $1 million Bloomberg Mayors Challenge grant to assist landlords and low-income renters with energy efficiency upgrades.
Space is limited so reservations are encouraged before Jan. 25 at fcgov.com/stateofthecity. The event will be streamed live on the City’s YouTube and Facebook channels. Residents are invited to ask questions in advance at fcgov.com/stateofthecity or via the City’s Facebook or Twitter pages using the hashtag #stateofFC. Additional parking for the event is available across the street from the theater at Jax or on Hickory Street.
Learn more about the State of the City.