Officials from throughout Central Indiana will Thursday kick off the White River Master Plan. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s office says the plan aims to develop a comprehensive and coordinated regional vision to enhance and activate nearly 60 miles of the White River.
The city has selected Massachusetts-based consulting team Agency Landscape + Planning to lead a team of partners to develop the plan. Hogsett’s office says the master plan will weave neighborhoods, institutions and destinations in central Indiana together and align the White River as a "defining element of Indianapolis.
The city says the plan will enhance quality of life, drive further investment and improve visitor experiences for decades to come, making it a cultural and recreational asset for central Indiana.
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