Second public meeting on new Multi-Generational Center changing locations

Barker Rinker Seacat CEO Craig Bouck engages with the Lewisville community in the first public meeting on the $38.1 million multi-generational center. (Photo by Leopold Knopp)

The second public meeting scheduled for residents to provide input and feedback on design plans for the new Multi-Generational Center is changing locations.

The meeting is set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Glenmore Savage Community Room, 1197 W. Main Street. It was originally going to be held at the Memorial Park Recreation Center. At this meeting, residents will get a chance to see proposed floor plan options and theme concepts for the approximate 95,000-square-foot facility.

There also is an online survey in which Lewisville residents can voice their interest in various services and design elements that could be part of the new building. The online survey is available now through Oct. 9. Links to the survey are available on multiple city-run Facebook pages, including Lewisville Staff, City Hall, and Parks and Leisure Services, and in the Horizon e-newsletter.

Public input from this survey and the public meetings will be an important part of the design process.