Capitalizing on our Assets and Amenities

 

The Assets & Amenities chapter contains the findings and recommendations pertaining to historic preservation, arts, and cultural assets. There is enormous potential to further capitalize on the existing set of community assets and amenities while also investing in new opportunities to improve visitor’s experience and, most importantly, resident’s quality of life. The goal, stated below, is supported by a series of objectives.

Goal

A place that embraces and protects its special history, while investing in new amenities that keep Montgomery unique, lively, and fun.

Objectives

  • Identify and celebrate historical and cultural assets
  • Align landmark preservation with government initiatives
  • Promotes a sense of cultural community placemaking
  • Encourage local representation and attraction by enhancing community experience

Key Findings

 

Click the image on the right for a full description of the key findings included in the plan document.  Keep reading below to see the priority actions and a full list of the programs, policies, and projects included in the action agenda.

Chapter Highlights

AA 3.1 Become a City of Service

Cities of Service is an organization of cities around the country focused on strategies for enhancing quality citizen engagement and action. The non-profit organization helps mayors nurture a working relationship between local governments and their citizens.

AA 3.2 Develop a race and ethnicity portal

A race and ethnicity portal will act as a clear indication of Montgomery’s efforts to grow with all of its populations, and to honor and provide an active understanding of its diversity through an online website portal.

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