Greenwood Has Plans for Rebuilding Historic Downtown
For more than a decade the City of Greenwood has been talking about fixing up its historic downtown area, and finally plans are starting to move forward.
According to the IndyStar, at its most recent meeting, the Greenwood City Council held a public hearing on the 151-page plan, but it did not vote on it that night. The council will take up the plan again on Jan. 19.
The project is being made possible by some state grant money, and some of the highlights include building a gathering place around the City Center, putting in new trails, adding some beauty to the streetscape by adding pavers, benches, planters and lights, and building wider walkways.
According to the newspaper, the city kicked off its revitalization project last year when it open the City Center, which was previously an old, foreclosed office building.
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This local update courtesy of your Greenwood Community Expert.