BUILDING OUR FUTURE

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Talent Partnership

Develop programs to encourage students to stay in Wichita Falls after graduating to stimulate population growth.

Modern Schools

Upgrade schools through renovation and rebuilds to encourage more families to relocate to Wichita Falls.

MakerHub

Spaces created to develop and create new products, skills or creative thinking. Become a central hub for current spaces.

Bike-Friendly

Achieve Bronze level designation as a bike-friendly city through public education and activities that encourage bike-riding.

Downtown Life

Continue support for Downtown growth through economic development, advocacy and marketing efforts.

SAFB Integration

Continue advocacy efforts, increase community awareness and ties with SAFB through liaison program & education.

Economic Development

Improve & expand communications of available services to businesses  & entrepreneurs.

Progress: WFISD improvements save taxpayers thousands of dollars

Progress: WFISD improvements save taxpayers thousands of dollars

Ann Work Goodrich, Wichita Falls Independent School District via Times Record News The Wichita Falls Independent School District recently completed a two-stage project to “future-proof” its wide-area network – an important step now that WFISD board members are making...

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WFISD Board picks architect for bond proposals

WFISD Board picks architect for bond proposals

Claire Kowalick, Wichita Falls Times Records News Out of eight architectural companies that bid on possible bond projects and renovations for the Wichita Falls ISD, three groups were interviewed, and one company stood out above the rest. During a special session of...

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City moves to development stage of MPEC hotel project

City moves to development stage of MPEC hotel project

Claire Kowalick, Wichita Falls Times Record News The Wichita Falls City Council expressed nearly unanimous support for moving on to the development phase of a new full-service hotel next to the Multi-Purpose Events Center. Assistant City Manager Blake Jurecek said a...

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