Momentum 2022 and the Greater Topeka Partnership are propelling the message of “Getting Back to Momentum” with the release of a community survey. The Back2Momentum Survey, which will serve to readdress the community’s priorities, comes at the halfway point of the Momentum 2022 holistic community strategy that began in 2018.
“By completing the survey, community members are influencing the concentration of our efforts to what matters most in improving the quality of life and economic vitality for all,” said Michelle Cuevas-Stubblefield, senior vice president of strategy, Greater Topeka Partnership.
Cuevas-Stubblefield continued, “From the creation of a TIF district to encouraging development, to Washburn Tech East , which have made adult training opportunities more readily available, to addressing food deserts and a local grocery story initiative by the Topeka Oasis group – these combined efforts address an strategic objective. With this survey, we’re saying to the community: ‘Where else should we be concentrating our efforts? Please, help guide the way.’”
This same survey was conducted in 2016 with over 2,500 submissions that guided the formation of the Momentum 2022 strategy. The new goal is to receive over 3,000 submissions by the survey deadline of October 2, 2020. Momentum 2022 seeks to reach strategic success by June 2022.
This survey can be found here.
About Momentum 2022
Momentum 2022 is a comprehensive, actionable and consensus-based community plan to guide Topeka-Shawnee Counties collective actions in the years to come. This plan involves everyone to create positive change for everyone. Learn more about Momentum 2022 at Momentum2022.com.
For additional details, please contact Jensen Simons at Jensen.Simons@TopekaPartnership.com.