Love Letters to Roanoke

What do you love about Roanoke?

To celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2017, the City of Roanoke’s Planning Department launched a new community input campaign. Since then, City staff have attended numerous community events – ranging from Local Colors to the Deschutes Street Pub – to help promote the campaign and get feedback. This data has helped City Planners identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement on a wide scale.

Love Roanoke Planning Love Letter

Love Roanoke Planning Love Letter

While you’re here…

We are currently seeking community feedback for the following projects. Please take a minute and share your ideas!

Flood Resilience Planning

What is Resilience Planning? Urban resilience is the ability to withstand and recover from unexpected shocks associated with natural hazards and climate change. Building resilience to these risks can be dealt with most [...]

Accessory Dwellings

What is an Accessory Dwelling Unit? An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is an independent, residential living area that is on the same property as a larger, primary dwelling unit. The term accessory describes [...]

Pedestrian Safety Campaign

Thank you for your involvement in the 2022 Roanoke pedestrian safety campaign! The No Need to Speed®, Keep Students Safe campaign wrapped up on May 27, 2022. The campaign aimed to reduce speeding and [...]

Belmont-Fallon Target Area

What is the Belmont-Fallon Target Area? For nearly 20 years, Roanoke has concentrated its community development funding into a single neighborhood to increase its impact. In 2019, the City selected the Belmont and [...]

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