All this summer, Mayor Brandi Harless and city commissioners will be taking part in neighborhood walks in Paducah.
The goal of the walks is to have people gather to talk about ideas to improve the neighborhood.
This could include beautification, parks, safety, streets, and sidewalks.
The walks will be held on the select Mondays below. They start at 6:00 p.m.
For more information on the neighborhood walks, click here.
Neighborhood Walk Dates
August 5: Dolly McNutt Court - meet in the parking lot at Hayes Auto ZBody Supplies (2420 Bridge Street)
August 12: Littleville - meet at Preferred Industries/CMI (660 Chester Hack Drive). Refreshments will be at Grace Baptist Church (1625 Bloom Avenue).
August 19: Lowertown - meet at Texaco Station (corner of 7th and Madison streets)
August 26: Dollartown - meet at Cole Lumber (1035 Division Street)
September 9: Downtown - meet at the Gazebo (133 Broadway) (Note: Walk will begin at 7 p.m. due to a City Commission meeting at 5 p.m. prior to the walk)
September 16: Guthrie/Tilghman - meet at Albert Jones Park (855 Joe Bryan Drive)
September 23: Frenchtown/Fountain Avenue - meet at Lang Park (350 Fountain Avenue)
September 30: River Oaks - meet at former Martha's Vineyard building (900 North 32nd Street)
October 7: Shawnee - meeting place TBA
October 14: Cornell/Tennessee - meeting place TBA
October 21: Forest Hills - meeting place TBA