Plenty of Treats on Main Street
Today is the annual “Trick or Treat on MainStreet” extravaganza – so don your Halloween costume and head downtown for all the fun from 4-6:30 p.m.
Check out the County Recreation division’s Pumpkin Splash and Halloween Carnival on Saturday at the Aquatic Center! For details, link here:
Council Meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Council Chambers
What’s on the agenda? They’ll consider appointments for the new Creative District Advisory Committee, and they’re also going to introduce the ordinance for a new Sign Code – an item that may be of interest to residents – the Sign Code ordinance will go to a public hearing at the Council meeting on Nov. 13. You’ll can read the proposed Sign Code ordinance and staff report, or find out more about the Creative District Committee appointments, when you download the Oct. 30 Council Meeting Agenda here:
New Teen Center – What’s the Scoop? Find out Nov. 1
The project team will hold an informational meeting with the public on Thursday, Nov. 1 at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers (475 20th St.) – they would like to bring everyone up to speed on what’s been happening in the last few months. You may have heard that the team has been evaluating options – at Council’s request – to renovate and use existing space at Central Park Square, instead of building the proposed facility that had been sketched out last spring on property the County owns at Lavy Lane (on Trinity Drive.) Get the latest updates on the project when you go to the meeting on Thursday!
Need Election Info? Check out the Clerk’s webpage
They have lots of great information about early voting and sample ballots. Link here:
Ice Rink Activity Guide Now Available
This handy guide, listing a variety of skating and hockey programs, special events and rink hours and services, was published this week. We’re still targeting an anticipated opening date of Tuesday, Nov. 13 (if the weather cooperates!). Download your copy of the guide here:
National Novel Writing Month Kicks Off on Nov. 1
Are you up for writing 50,000 words in 30 days? Mesa Library will offer write-ins, or support groups for writers, resources and general encouragement as part of this month-long celebration of writing – why not give it a try? Attend the kickoff event in the library rotunda at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday to find out more.