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Join the Conversation at the Littleton Listens Community Dialogs
Join us for a dialogue to talk about Littleton, what works for our city, and what we want our future to look like. The focus of this community dialogue will be about downtown and parking.
Attendees will be asked to participate in several different conversations, with groups of all sizes. This method encourages participants to discuss existing strengths and goals, with the intention of amplifying the positive aspects and core of our city.
Food will be provided at the following meeting dates:
RSVPs are appreciated, but not required to attend.
The city will utilize OpenLittleton to seek the public’s opinion on a variety of topics. OpenLittleton is an online tool that allows residents to communicate with city leaders about issues under consideration by council and the community. Users can subscribe to updates from the city and get emails announcing new topics as well as the outcome of existing topics.
There are almost 800 people participating in the ever-changing, online discussion of Littleton’s future. To get started, visit openlittleton.org or keep an eye on the city’s Facebook page for announcements about new topics .