For The Vista
The Fairfield Glade Community Club will be hosting more Town Hall meetings for the proposed Village Center and Concert Park Conceptual Plans on March 27th and March 29th.
The Town Hall meetings will be held in the conference center at 3 P.M. and 7 P.M. each day. The meetings are intended to provide residents who were unable to attend previous meetings with information about these long term strategic planning projects.
These meetings will also provide an opportunity to ask questions prior to the Strategic Planning Survey which is planned for late May. Two times are being scheduled over two days so more members can make plans to attend.
The Fairfield Glade Community Club encourages your attendance at one of these meetings. For more information please contact Bob Weber, General Manager, at 931-707-2123.
The Strategic Planning Committee’s goal is to develop long-term strategic ideas that will competitively position Fairfield Glade for the future.
The committee believes that communities that don’t plan for their future will eventually lose their appeal to newer and more vibrant communities, resulting in lower property values.
The committee’s goals are therefore to maintain the tranquil essence of Fairfield Glade while being future-directed and focused on attracting new residents, as well as ensuring that Fairfield Glade remains vibrant and relevant.
The Village Center would provide a sense of community and a nice gathering area for residents and visitors, as well as additional shopping, dining, and other services.
The goal is to keep the project as fee-neutral as possible by finding a commercial developer to invest in the major commercial elements within the project.
A possible first project within the Village Center concept is a Concert Park with a performance stage along with a pavilion and outdoor gathering area.
The new performance stage would create a much more appealing experience for concerts like Mirror Lake Blast events with lighting, better sound, a larger stage, and the opportunity to attract various kinds of performances (e.g., a symphony or play).
The seating/lawn area would accommodate larger audiences and the pavilion would provide covered eating, concessions, and restrooms.
When not in use for concerts, the area would be an elegant outdoor space.