Vision 2020′s list of ideas available onlinePublished 8:53am Friday, November 11, 2011
The Vision 2020 Steering Committee set a goal of 1,000 ideas and surpassed that goal by over 3,000.
All ideas submitted are now available on the website — www.vision2020austin.com — for the public to review. These ideas have been passed onto the Idea Selection Committee and over the next month they will be pairing it down to the top 100 ideas for a public vote.
Voting begins Dec. 1. Community members are encouraged to vote through the website, but can also submit a paper ballot at the Austin Public Library or the Austin Chamber of Commerce.
Community members will be asked to pick their five favorite ideas in no priority order.
To search through the list of ideas, visit www.vision2020austin.com and click on “view ideas” on the main page under “Ideas Are In.” There are over 79 pages of ideas. The PDF is searchable by using control F and typing the topic.
For more information on the Austin Vision 2020 movement, contact Mandi Lighthizer-Schmidt (Marketing Committee member) at 437-2313 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.