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City Hosts March Events to Develop Wildlife Garden Habitat, Celebrate Public Involvement in Town Center Plan

City Hosts March Events to Develop Wildlife Garden Habitat, Celebrate Public Involvement in Town Center Plan

February 28, 2019 5:08 pm Category: archived news A+ / A-

WILSONVILLE, OR — The City of Wilsonville is pleased to host two special community events in March; admission is free and no pre-registration is required for either event.

Wildlife Garden Workshop

Saturday, March 9, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Wilsonville Library (Oak Room)

This two-hour session with local gardening experts provides an opportunity for people to learn a few valuable habitat-building tips in order to begin creating their own pollinator and wildlife gardens. Attendees can take home a native plant and learn more about habitat development from representatives of the Backyard Habitat Certification Program and Xerces Society.

Town Center Plan Showcase

Wednesday, March 13, 5-6 pm, City Hall

Just before the community-driven Wilsonville Town Center Plan is scheduled for public hearing before the City’s Planning Commission (at 6 pm), Town Center planners are hosting a showcase event to celebrate a plan nearly two years in the making. Talk to the project team, enjoy light refreshments and view a gallery of images from public outreach events that informed this critical plan, which guides strategic long-term development of a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood in the heart of Wilsonville. Guests are invited to stay for the Planning Commission meeting to support the plan or learn more.

For more information on these events, and a complete calendar of City-hosted events and meetings, visit ci.wilsonville.or.us/calendar.

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