Shell Rock Residents Invited to Share Their Ideas at Design Workshop | Waverly Logs


Shell Rock – Residents will have the opportunity to share their ideas for improving Shell Rock at a design workshop hosted by the Shell Rock Vision Committee at the Emergency Services Building on Thursday, July 14. This workshop is the culmination of a feedback gathering process to identify transportation needs and opportunities for improvement at Shell Rock. Information gathered from public feedback events held earlier this spring will be incorporated into a conceptual transportation and landscape improvement plan.

A design team will work at the Emergency Services Building (513 N Cherry St Shell Rock) throughout the workshop to develop a concept plan that meets Shell Rock’s goals and needs. The public is invited to stop by between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. to give their opinion on the drawings and enjoy the free frozen dessert bar. The results of the focus group workshops held in February will be available.

The workshop has an open house format so people can stop by for a few minutes or more between 1 and 6 p.m. at the Emergency Services Building and is open to the public. A presentation of the final concepts will be presented later this summer.

To learn more about participating in the design workshop, please call Robyn Holden at 319-830-6422 or Patty Reisinger, Trees Forever Field Coordinator, at 319-350-4185.

The Iowa Living Roadways Community Vision Program is sponsored by the Iowa Department of Transportation in partnership with Iowa State University Extension Landscape Architecture and Trees Forever.


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