The city’s new comprehensive plan is unveiled with millions of dollars’ worth of suggestions for bettering the City of Erie.
It’s a 10-year plan that hopes to do two things: turn Erie into a community of choice and balance the supply and demand of both real estate and public infrastructure.
The entire plan would cost $600M.
The plan suggests creating a connection between the Bayfront and downtown, redeveloping the 12th Street Corridor, and demolishing and rehabilitating the worst vacant homes.
Funding for the large project is expected to come from grants and from the city.