VISION 2030 Community Day is June 9

The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce will host VISION 2030 COMMUNITY DAY on Friday, June 9 at 9:00 a.m. at the Quinlan Visual Art Center at 514 Green Street in Gainesville. The event highlights the unveiling of the Final Common Vision Plan. VISION 2030 is a nine-month effort, sponsored by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, to create a vision and strategic plan for Gainesville-Hall County.

“The VISION 2030 process involved experts, industry professionals, planners, business leaders, elected officials, non-profit officials and citizens working together to make specific recommendations on how to achieve the vision that the citizens described,” said VISION 2030 Co-Chairman Rob Fowler, Turner Wood & Smith Insurance.

“VISION 2030 is a journey,” said Fowler. “There are literally hundreds of tasks and projects embedded in the vision document. Good ideas will breed other ideas. Responsibility for individual actions will be widely dispersed throughout the community.”

“VISION 2030 was one of the most open and exciting civic projects Gainesville-Hall County has experienced. The visioning process will allow our community to chart the way for implementation of new ideas to help preserve our quality of life and make it even better,” concluded Fowler.

All Gainesville-Hall County Citizens invited!

Art from the VISION 2030 Student Art Contest will be on display featuring works by local students showing their perception of what Gainesville-Hall County might look like in 2030. The paintings and drawings illustrate the important issues Gainesville-Hall County citizens said last fall they wanted to address in our community, such as tourism, education, land use, transportation, ethnic diversity, culture, quality of life and healthcare.

Details: VISION 2030 Executive Director Denise Deal at (770) 532-6206 ext.104 or Email: