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On Tuesday, April 24th, the City of Cheyenne introduced their Buildings With A Purpose idea as part of the @bloombergcities #MayorsChallenge. The event featured storyboard journeys from the perspective of both a building owner and entrepreneur with our Buildings With A Purpose idea incorporated into each. 
Not only did the night serve as an introduction to the idea but provided stakeholders and the public an opportunity to provide their feedback and engage in dialogue with City officials on their individual journey -- and obstacles faced -- as it relates to building redevelopment and business expansion.

City officials will now compile data from the event to advance the Buildings With A Purpose idea with a better understanding of how it can positively effect change with stakeholders and the public. 
Stay connected with the City of Cheyenne as additional testing events will be announced on the City's website (www.cheyennecity.org) and social media pages (@CityofCheyenne) 
Event location: Grier Building (1601 Central Ave.) Event caterer: Simply Soul
We want to hear from you, Cheyenne! 
Stop by the Grier Building this Tuesday, April 24th at 7pm as we introduce our 'Buildings With A Purpose' idea as part of the @bloombergcities #MayorsChallenge! 
Your input will help us craft and refine the idea aimed to revitalize our downtown by matching owners of underutilized commercial properties with entrepreneurs, supported by creative redevelopment incentives and investment opportunities.
Join us for our first test date on April 24 at 7pm (106 E. Lincolnway) as we introduce our idea for the @bloombergcities #MayorsChallenge
Budget work sessions begin next week at the Municipal Building (2101 O'Neil Ave.) in committee room 104. Sessions will be streamed live on the City's Facebook page for those unable to attend.
Wyoming PBS interviewed Mayor Orr on Tuesday to discuss economic growth, commercial air service, downtown development, blight, and so much more! You can watch the full interview on April 20th at 7:30 p.m. MT. Interview to re-air on April 21 at 6:30 p.m. and April 22 at 12 p.m.
Members of the Broadband Task Force met at the Paramount Ballroom Thursday evening to offer updates with the public. The event also served as a way for guests to interact with Task Force members to engage in dialogue as it relates to Cheyenne's internet and technology.
Just a typical Spring day in Cheyenne! Stay warm everyone!
We welcome Richard Zita as the City’s Greenway and Parks Planner! Zita begins his new role on April 4. To view full press release, visit www.cheyennecity.org
Fun was had by all at today’s Chicken Curling Tournament! #Cheyenne #curling
Our Cheyenne team is hard at work in New York City at @bloombergcities Idea Camp! #MayorsChallenge
Events Coordinator, David Soules, speaking with KGWN about all things Civic Center! David’s interview is scheduled to air Thursday on KGWN
On Monday, March 12 our colleagues at the Cheyenne Police Department began their parking enforcement and issuing parking permits for Cheyenne. To learn more, and to see frequently asked questions, visit cheyennepd.org/parking