City of Red Wing

Red Wing 2040

 

Dear Red Wing Citizens:

Red Wing is poised to take advantage of a number of great opportunities right now and we need everyone’s help charting our town’s future. As mayor, I’m inviting you to become involved. Your input is needed because the initiative’s final product – a comprehensive community plan - will help shape Red Wing for the next 20 years, as well as focus efforts toward short-term goals, priorities, and projects. You can follow the progress of this effort and learn about ways to become involved on this website.

Sean M. Dowse, Mayor of the City of Red Wing

Red Wing 2040 Report Card 2017

Tracking Progress and Opportunities for a Healthier, Thriving Community

The very first newly released Red Wing Report Card shares measurements in 10 topic areas about life in Red Wing. See where we stand today so we can decide where we want to go in the future and plan how to get there. Take a look, share the information with friends and co-workers, and start conversations. What surprised you in the Report Card? Where can you make a difference? Where should we as a community focus our energies for the future? Let us know if you want a presentation about the Report Card and we'll be happy to come to your venue. 

Red Wing 2040 and What's Happening Now

See how Red Wing 2040 has come together and where the project is now. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in one of the 10 Action Teams of the Community Voices Task Force. That means YOU!  If you would like to be on an Action Team, or if you have any other questions or comments, please contact one of the people below. If being part of a Task Force is not your thing, no problem. There will be plenty of ways to get your voice heard. Stay tuned!

Innovative Ideas Series: October and November 2017

This series of 90-minute events brings together speakers and Ted Talk-style videos to spur new ideas for how Red Wing--our people and our economy--might grow and thrive over the next 20 years and beyond. This forward-thinking, fast-paced dialogue will incorporate new viewpoints and your creative ideas. See schedule below. 

The Future Is Now: Becoming a Sustainable City in a Global World

Wednesday, October 11
11:45 to 1:15  AND  6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Red Wing Ignite Building, 419 Bush Street

Red Wing is ALL of Us:  Embracing Diversity to Build a Creative, Thriving City

Wednesday, October 18
11:45 to 1:15  AND  6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Red Wing Ignite Building, 419 Bush Street

Building Smart: Becoming World-Class at Housing and Redevelopment

Thursday, November 2
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. only (live panel discussion and Q&A)
Public Library Foot Room (lower level)

Happy, Healthy Cities: Revitalizing Public Spaces Through the Arts, Recreation, and Learning

Wednesday, November 8
11:45 to 1:15  AND  6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Public Library Foot Room (lower level)

Creative Economies: Big Ideas For Small Cities to Succeed

Thursday, November 16
11:45 to 1:15  AND  6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Public Library Foot Room (lower level)

Have ideas or Ted Talks to share with us? Questions? Contact one of the following: 

Sean Dowse, Mayor, City of Red Wing
sean.dowse@red-wing.mn.us / 651-388-5935

Brian Peterson, Special Projects Manager, City of Red Wing  
brian.peterson@red-wing.mn.us / 651-385-3617

Michelle Leise, Community Engagement Specialist, City of Red Wing
michelle.leise@ci.red-wing.mn.us / 651-385-3618

 

 

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