The Town of Windsor is hosting two virtual public meetings to gather community and stakeholder input on the Eastman Park Corridor project. The virtual visioning meetings will take place on Tuesday, March 2 and Thursday, March 4, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and are intended to provide direction as the eastern section of town is expected to undergo growth and development. The intent with both meetings is that the second meeting builds upon information gathered during the first meeting. Residents that are available are encouraged to attend both meetings. The meetings will take place over Zoom and require pre-registration. Register at http://bit.ly/EPDvisioning.
The Eastman Park Corridor project started in September 2020 and is intended to build upon the town’s Transportation Master Plan that was adopted last spring. The project focuses on a 1.5-mile area along Eastman Park Drive, aligned generally west to east from State Highway 257 to Howard Smith Drive. The roadway is bordered by a variety of land uses, with the predominant features being Diamond Valley Sports Park and light industrial development. This area includes the project sites of Future Legends, a 118-acre sports complex set to open in 2022, and Windsor Villages, a 50-acre area that will be designated for retail and mixed-use development.
The project team has already begun collecting public input through the Eastman Park Drive Corridor Plan Public Survey. Community members that have not yet taken the 10-minute survey are encouraged to do so by visiting surveymonkey.com/r/eastmanparkdrive.
For up-to-date information about the Eastman Park Corridor project, visit windsorgov.com/projectconnect.