The Initiative Releases Final Report
The Downtown Safety and Services Initiative (“The Initiative”) was born out of the community and comprised of several committees that were created based upon the needs and priorities identified by community stakeholders. Committees are chaired by community leaders in the City of Frederick’s nonprofit, human service, and business communities.
The Steering Committee recently released the Downtown Safety & Initiative Final Report including accomplishments to date and recommendations moving forward with the goal of enhancing the continued safety and vibrancy of downtown Frederick. It doesn’t just ‘happen,’ but rather requires a sustained, dedicated and integrated approach. Frederick is a special place because we work to keep it that way.
View The Final Report & News
The Downtown Safety & Services Initiative Final Report, March 24, 2021
Committee Recommends Enhanced Safety Measures, More Communication For Downtown Frederick, Frederick News-Post, March 26, 2021
Interested in participating?
The committees have completed so much yet there is still important work to be done. If you would like to get involved in any aspect of the Initiative, please contact them here.
A special thank you to Ken Oldham, Nkem Wellington, Kate Layman, Gayon Sampson, Kim Dine, Kara Norman, and Betsy Day for serving as Committee Co-Leads and Chairs.
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