Lafayette Central Park, Inc. announced Monday it has entered into an agreement with the Urban Land Institute to develop an independent and transparent process for soliciting and enlisting broad community input in the programming of the Horse Farm.
The scope of the ULI agreement is meant to focus all attention at this stage on the development and articulation of the best process for obtaining the Lafayette community's desires with respect to the programming of the property.
This first step is to determine “what” the community wants to see on the property. After this programming phase is completed, an extensive master planning process will ensue to determine “how” and “where” the programming will be implemented on the property.
ULI will conduct community interviews from June 10-13. The details for such interviews are being worked through at this time.
ULI is an independent global nonprofit, as well as a leading and well recognized source for providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities.