Public space forum discusses past, present, future of Farmington.
By: Jonathan Shead | Farmington Press | Published October 16, 2019
FARMINGTON — When thinking about revisualizing an entire city to increase pedestrianization, promote walkability and curate a more vibrant, community-focused environment, “Rome wasn’t built in a day” comes to mind.
Well, Farmington’s downtown wasn’t made in a day, either. It’s taken approximately 10-15 years to get to this point, and there’s still more work to be done.
With the Grand River Avenue corridor project established, the Oakland Street project on its way to completion, and the discussion around the Farmington Road streetscape progressing, Farmington officials are working to enhance public spaces in the city.