Our recent local media coverage highlights issues that matter to Bostonians
Since we began engaging with the community last fall, we’ve been busy meeting with and hearing from Bostonians in every neighborhood about the issues important to them as they envision the future of Boston. Recently, we released Guiding Growth: Towards an Inclusive City, which delved into the implications of the feedback we’ve received, including the challenges and opportunities of growth and key insights about the issues that matter most to residents. The report also emphasized the importance of continuing to hear from Bostonians about their vision for the future of the City so that as we guide Boston’s growth, we can ensure that all Bostonians benefit.
Here is a sampling of some of the recent press articles we are featured in:
- Bay State Banner – Boston considers more diversified, connected transit future
- Boston Business Journal – Three takeaways from Boston’s plans to prepare for 2030
- Boston Globe – What do Bostonians want by 2030?
- Boston Globe – Boston’s housing push faces an obstacle: Boston itself
- Curbed Boston – Boston wants suggestions about what it should look like in the next 15 years
- GlobeSt.com – Imagine Boston 2030 group releases long term goals
- Harvard Crimson – City of Boston outlines four goals to guide growth in citywide plan
- North End Waterfront – Imagine Boston a better place: Add your idea
- WBZ Radio – Mayor Walsh looks to future with Imagine Boston 2030
Our coverage in the press is one of many important ways we let Bostonians know we’re listening – and we still want to hear your feedback! As the planning process continues, Imagine Boston 2030 will continue to rely on input from Bostonians from every corner of the city. Want to add to the feedback we’ve received so far? You can weigh in through coUrbanize on where you think Boston should grow. There are also a number of ways to give us your feedback about how you’d like to see Boston change leading up to 2030. Connect with us on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) using #ImagineBoston and sign up for Imagine Boston updates here.