TRUSSVILLE, AL (WBRC) - Trussville continues to grow and now the Jefferson County community wants to plan for the future.
Mayor Buddy Choat announced the launch of Trussville 2040 earlier this week.
The project will look at a number of areas that will include education, public safety, roads and transportation, plus community needs.
Neighbors can go the city’s website to sign up for committees to help develop the plan. The city hopes to have a major event in March and then it may take up to nine months to take the suggestions and put together a plan. Of course, that plan will be changed and amended.
Mayor Choat knows Trussville is a big draw for people who want to live there.
“One of the categories happens to be community and family. We know people are moving in here for obvious reasons. But, to look at job growth and development. What kind of jobs do we want to provide for people in Trussville?” Mayor Choat said.
Committee meeting times will be established. Choat said once it’s done, they will have a clear vision of what they want to do as a city.
If you are interested and want to sign up, you can visit the City of Trussville website.