City Seeking Input from Residents and Businesses
Ward 3 Councilwoman Olivia Diaz is asking the East Las Vegas community to provide feedback about what amenities and services they want to see in their neighborhoods. A survey will be used to collect feedback that will be used to help craft a community-led plan for the area.
The plan, currently known as the Rafael Rivera Plan, will address neighborhood needs with the city providing the tools and investments needed to help the community thrive.
“This is a great opportunity for our community to be heard and to let us know what it is they would like to see in their neighborhoods,” said Councilwoman Diaz. “I want to know how the city can help improve residents’ quality of life. I encourage everyone to take the time to complete this survey. Your input is crucial to helping us invest in services for you.”
The survey is the first step in the engagement effort and gives residents and businesses the opportunity to share their needs. The survey can be accessed at https://centro.surveysparrow.com/s/ward3/tt-4417ff. In addition to the survey, the city also is launching door-to-door engagement efforts to gather feedback.
Later this year, the city will begin to develop a framework for how best to continue to support the East Las Vegas community. This effort is an example of the city’s continued neighborhood revitalization work.