Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett will Wednesday deliver his State of the City address. The mayor’s office says Hogsett is expected to highlight investments in the city’s public safety and criminal justice reform efforts, as well as launch a community-wide conversation about "the future of our regional infrastructure."

Hogsett also plans to give updates on various neighborhood-based initiatives such as Project Indy, which works to provide Indy youth with work experiences and career exploration opportunities.

The State of the City address will be held in the Grand Hall at Union Station in downtown Indianapolis. The event is open to the public, however attendees are being ask to RSVP ahead of time.

The program is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m.

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