WEST MONROE, La. (KNOE) – The city of West Monroe and West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce has introduced a new local community pride marketing campaign.
City officials say “Take West Monroe to the Future Level” is a group campaign to motivate business enterprise owners, people, nonprofit companies, and other individuals to take higher pride in the metropolis, specifically the physical appearance.
West Monroe Mayor Staci Mitchell said the campaign is far more than just about the maintenance of the metropolis. She explained it is about encouraging citizens to appears at all elements of the community.
Citizens will have a prospect to become far more associated as the metropolis hosts community visioning periods in February. This will kick off the city’s grasp preparing method. Precise dates and instances for the periods will be introduced quickly by the metropolis of West Monroe.
See the news release under for total information.
The following press release is from the Town of West Monroe:
Town of West Monroe and WMWO Chamber of Commerce launch community pleasure campaign “Take West Monroe to the Following Level”
WEST MONROE –The Town of West Monroe and West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce are happy to launch a new community pleasure campaign known as “Take West Monroe to the Up coming Degree.
”Representatives from the Town and Chamber of Commerce held a push conference on January 19on the techniques of City Hall to announce the new campaign in entrance of nearby business owners and civic leaders.
”Take West Monroe to the Up coming Level” is a community marketing campaign to inspire organization owners, residents, nonprofit companies, and some others to just take better pride in West Monroe, especially in the community’s look. West Monroe Mayor Staci Mitchell reported the campaign is a lot more than just about buying up litter. The campaign, she explained, encourages persons to glimpse at all features of our local community –homes, storefronts, neighborhoods, waterways, general public spots, and many others. The campaign also encourages people to develop into actively concerned in their group.
The general public will have the option to turn out to be much more involved as the Metropolis of West Monroe hosts community visioning periods in February to kick off a citywide master preparing procedure. Community users will be invited to go to the public sessions and offer their input on critical problems these kinds of as housing, financial enhancement, and parks, and recreation. Distinct dates and periods for all those classes will be declared soon by the Town of West Monroe.
”You have the Town of West Monroe’s commitment and my dedication to proceed working for the long run of West Monroe and our complete group,” explained Mayor Mitchell. “We understand there are points that want correcting and points that need to have to be worked on by City team. Having said that, the Town can’t do it alone. It usually takes all of us.
”Leaders reported small enhancements go a long way to producing a large big difference in the local community.
”These enhancements make it less complicated to recruit corporations, build excellent of existence and endorse a welcoming retail knowledge,” explained Lila Strode, president of the West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce.
Preliminary initiatives will concentration on the Cypress Street corridor from Stella/Mill to the N. 7th Road intersection. A workday will be held on Friday, Jan. 22 beginning at 1 p.m. Volunteers are encouraged to join town crews as they boost the Cypress Road corridor. Provides will be provided.
In an effort and hard work to stimulate organizations along this corridor to enrich their visual appeal, Keep West Monroe Gorgeous is giving two grants of $250 every single to be employed toward exterior improvements such as paint, landscaping, signage, etc. To implement for 1 of these grants, remember to call Ouachita Inexperienced at (318) 355-5622 or [email protected]
Individuals interested in discovering far more about the campaign can speak to the Metropolis of West Monroe at (318) 396-2600 or [email protected] the WMWO Chamber of Commerce at (318) 325-1961or [email protected]
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