COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho -- Leaders in North Idaho want to create a specific plan for the growth of the Coeur d’Alene area. It is called CDA 2030 and the goal is to create a vision for what the city should be like by 2030.
The process started back in July. CDA 2030 began asking folks in the community what they would like to see the city become.
CDA 2030 is an independent group of area leaders who want to create a ‘game plan’ for the city.
“The idea is to get the community together with as broad of representation as possible. And to ask them, what do you want the city to be like in 2030,” said Chairman Charles Buck.
The plan comes on the heels of CDA 2020, an earlier plan that helped create the Kroc Center and the Downtown library. Organizers said it is time to update the plan.
The group is focusing on economic development, education and public health. When the vision for the city is determined, group leaders said they will then create a game plan for those who will be impacted.
On Saturday, the group will draft that plan for Coeur d’Alene’s future at North Idaho College from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.