Back on the agenda: d’town center in FC

The City of Fort Collins is developing a new Economic Health Strategic Plan that includes a familiar proposal: pushing for a conference center in downtown Fort Collins. Such a center could bring increased tax revenues and employment to the city, the plan says. It also could help foster development in the area that surrounds it. The last economic development plan was produced in 2005, according to city Economic Health Director Josh Birks. Everything in that plan has been “crossed off the list,” Birks said, so the city decided it was time to set new goals. The new plan will be presented to City Council on Tuesday, March 27. Read Article

Scridb filter
This entry was posted in Fort Collins. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply