Keith Myers, Vice President for Ohio State Office of Planning, Architecture and Real Estate, and Chair of the nonprofit Urban Land Institute Columbus, will present the latest details on a comprehensive vision for Central Ohio that would create an extensive greenspace system unparalleled in the nation on Friday, April 16 at 1 p.m. Rapid 5 will develop five key greenways through Franklin County, interconnecting our five major waterway systems: Big Walnut, Alum, Olentangy, Scioto and Big Darby. The comprehensive system would ensure that all residents, including low opportunity neighborhoods that have historically been cut off from nature, are within ¼ mile of a greenspace or park. It anticipates the expansion of navigable waterways for long distance kayaking and cross-city biking and running trails that connect most parks in Franklin County, creating extensive environmental, economic, health and equity benefits for our region.
We plan to provide Zoom automated closed captioning. Do you require additional accommodations? If so, please specify to firstname.lastname@example.org.