WSU faculty, staff, and students invited to help develop a collective vision for the Pullman community
Department: Center for Civic Engagement
What are your aspirations for the Pullman community in 2040 and beyond? What will our community look like in 20 years? WSU faculty, staff, and students who live, work, learn, shop, or play in Pullman are invited to share their thoughts with through the Pullman 2040 Initiative. Pullman 2040 is a process to engage community members in developing a collective vision for the Pullman community and the strategies to accomplish that vision.
Visit pullman2040.org to complete the Vision Questionnaire, request a meeting, and learn more about this initiative. The Vision Questionnaire takes five minutes to complete and will help shape the future of Pullman’s community. Community input will be accepted through March 31, 2017.
The Pullman 2040 steering committee is a campus-community collaborative that includes members from the WSU Center for Civic Engagement, Pullman Chamber of Commerce, Pullman School District, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Community Action Center, South Fork / Porch Light Pizza, Avista, Pullman City Council, HUB International, and more.