Knox residents like the historic architecture, small-town feeling, and unique shops of the city’s downtown, but the number of vacant buildings and their overall disrepair remain concerns. That’s according to a recent survey by Ball State’s Department of Urban Planning.Continue reading
Knox Residents still have a chance to get involved with the City’s Façade Improvement and Downtown Revitalization planning process but time is running out!
Knox Mayor Dennis Estok updated City Council members on the online survey that was created by Ball State’s Department of Urban Planning.Continue reading
In addition to having a number of City officials and community members from various walks of life in attendance during Thursday night’s community forum, there were multiple local businesses represented as well.Continue reading
Knox residents are invited to help shape the City’s future by participating in a public forum at the Nancy J. Dembowski Community Center tonight at 6 p.m.Continue reading