The City of Manassas wants to hear what you think.
According to a release, the city has launched a new online community website, where residents can comment on current and future projects and priorities.
“This is another avenue that we are taking to learn from our residents. It is important to make sure that all aspects of the community are represented when City Council sets priorities for the community,” stated City Manager Patrick Pate in a release.
A release stated that the first project listed on the site focuses on areas that residents identified as important in the city’s 2016 Citizen Satisfaction Survey – “traffic, public education, economic development, code enforcement, communication, government infrastructure, parks and recreation, social services, police services, and landscaping of City parks, medians and other areas.”
The website is a piece of the city’s ongoing changes to bring more residents into conversations about the future of the city.
The city is also hosting “Community Conversations” events in Manassas to talk in-person – the next being on September 21 at Bad Wolf Brew House at 8420 Kao Circle at 6 p.m.