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Online Survey Gauges Ways to Improve Roswell's Arts and Culture

City of Roswell wants to hear from residents at it develops a comprehensive arts and cultural plan. A survey can be found on the city's website.

City of Roswell wants to hear from residents at it develops a comprehensive arts and cultural plan. File|Patch
City of Roswell wants to hear from residents at it develops a comprehensive arts and cultural plan. File|Patch

What do you love about Roswell arts and culture? What do you want to see more of in the future?

The City of Roswell wants to hear from residents at it develops a comprehensive arts and cultural plan—the Imagine Roswell Arts & Culture 2030 Master Plan.

Residents can go to www.roswellgov.com/culturalplan to take the online survey. Questions ask how regularly you attend arts and cultural programs and which types of classes or activities would interest you if offered, according to a news release. The survey also seeks ideas on how to improve the cultural life of Roswell.

The planning process will include community meetings, community conversation focus groups, and in-person interviews from a variety of stakeholder groups and the community.

“Gathering input from the public regarding the future of Roswell’s cultural life is paramount to creating a successful Cultural Master Plan,” said Morgan Timmis, historic and cultural affairs manager for the city. “Without significant input from the public, we cannot know what the community desires in terms of future programs, events or facilities needed to enrich the arts and culture here in Roswell for everyone.”

The Cultural Planning Group from Los Angeles has been hired to help conduct the research and develop a plan that will help build a short- and long-range culture and arts strategy for Roswell. 

Following the research phase, the Cultural Planning Group will prepare recommendations for how to grow and strengthen the arts and cultural landscape of Roswell over the next 15 years. 

For more information, visit www.roswellgov.com/culturalplan.

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