Jobs, Housing and Transportation to Strengthen Our Communities: Provide Your Input March 12

Organizations in the Piedmont Triad region have embarked on a cooperative planning effort designed to strengthen our communities and promote a prosperous and sustainable future for our 12-county region.

Alamance County Civic Forum on Monday, March 12
McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center, 6 – 8 p.m.

Each community is part of the larger region and adds its unique qualities to the strength of the region.

Creating a sustainable region means tying each unique community and its assets together with a shared regional vision centered on jobs, housing and transportation. It’s that simple. This process will define how we get there, and we need your input!

Civic Forums are being held in each part of the region to hear from citizens on these issues.
Please consider attending the civic forum for Alamance County on Monday, March 12 from 6 – 8 p.m. in McKinnon Hall.

This project provides Piedmont Triad communities and their 1.6 million people with the opportunity to grow and prosper over the next two decades, if we act locally and think regionally. Planning is about looking into the future and making decisions today that produce positive results 5, 10 and 20 years from now.

This three-year project is being guided by the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation and the Piedmont Triad Regional Council, with support from 29 non-profit and municipal, county and state agencies, including many based in Alamance County.

If you cannot attend, Piedmont Voice provides an additional, online opportunity to participate in and view the regional conversation. Go to to view and join the conversation. If you prefer, call (336) 939-6151 and add your text or voice comments to the conversation! Civic Forums are being held in all 12 of the Piedmont Triad counties. For a complete listing of all the civic forums, go to