Some of the best ideas come from the people, that is why Duluth Mayor Emily Larson is going to listen to the city residents.

According to a press release from the city of Duluth, Duluth Mayor Emily Larson invites Duluth residents to attend the upcoming City Hall in the City Community Listening session on November 14, at 5:30 pm on the Lake Superior College campus, Room S1981. Click For Map

Mayor Larson started these listening sessions in partnership with City Councilors to ensure residents have an opportunity to speak directly to their elected officials one-on-one. Several sessions remain for resident participation for the remainder of the year.

City staff are also in attendance and represent Public Works, Parks, Finance, Public Safety, Human Rights, and Imagine Duluth 2035. At this session, representatives from the Minnesota Department of Transportation will also be present to discuss their upcoming projects.

These sessions enable residents to have individualized conversations with the Mayor, City Councilors or City staff about various topics. These sessions are open to all residents and children are welcome to attend. The upcoming listening session will be co-hosted with Councilor Arik Forsman

All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. In addition, Mayor Larson will have art supplies for children to share their own ideas for the City. Drawings collected from the meeting will be hung in the Mayor’s office and shared with Councilor Russ.