Community Halls Project
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Community Halls build strong, safe and inclusive communities; social interaction, volunteerism, and civic pride while promoting
- Serving the entire county
- Supporting local economy
- Community Space
- Property Values
A Mesa County Community Hall hosts all kinds of events and is the hub for outdoor activities such as a playground, concerts, and celebrations.
- Public Meetings
- Children/Youth/Adult Sports
- Art Classes
- Weddings and Celebrations
- Exercise Classes
- Cooking Events
- Community Garden
- Job Fairs
- Community Library
- Health Clinics
- Job Fairs
- Hobby Gatherings
- Children/Youth/Adult Learning Classes
- Provide an efficient and effectively managed network of community halls across the County
- Provides venues for people to meet and participate in the life of their communities and neighborhoods.
- Connect and empower residents.
- Community halls will meet the foreseeable recreation, cultural, social and sporting needs of the community.
- County-owned facilities are only part of a network of community halls and meeting facilities available to the community.
- Ensure that there is a geographical spread of halls and community halls throughout the County.
- Size and range of hall facilities offer sufficient variety to ensure a range of uses.
- Provide a guide to decision-making on hall or community halls proposals and facility divestment.
- Inform the community about the County’s approach to the Community Halls Project.
- Engage the community and receive feedback and input.
When deciding where a hall could be built, redeveloped, or divested, the County will consider
- Geographical spread of available community halls for community use
- Opportunities for community partnerships
- Financial viability
- Loma / Mack Center
- Whitewater Center