“Family Planets” is a project that won last year’s edition of the Civic Budget. The green space in Dąbrowa Górnicza will change by 4.1 million PLN. The first stage of carrying out the task is consultations with residents, during which a development plan for this area will be drawn up between ul. Kopernika and ul. Poniatowskiego and among the Mujahideen. Korczak and Przemysłowa Street.

Reviews collected by the city so far show that the residents of Dąbrowa Górnicza have many interesting ideas about the future of the plant. For most people, it is primarily a place for walking and relaxation. Many people also expect places for active recreation, playgrounds for children, and dog infrastructure in this space.

Planty will change into Dąbrowa Górnicza with the help of residents

Now is the time for a second round of public consultations on the Family Planty project. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, March 31st the 18th in the Facebook and Zoom app. During the meeting:

  • The results of the first round of public consultations will be presented, which aims to diagnose the needs of the population and assess the current way of doing Planty
  • Designers will present a general concept for the development of Planty and its neighborhood. This concept will be used to develop the final vision for the development of the plant and will be the basis for selecting the elements to be implemented in the first phase of the investment, which is planned for the last quarter of 2021.
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It will be possible to participate in the meeting via the event page on Facebook or via the Zoom app. During the meeting, you will be able to ask questions in the form of video comments on Facebook or Zoom, as well as directly join the conversation via the Zoom app.

Link to meet at Zoom application.

Meeting ID: 836 6118 3778

password: 637019

Facebook event link.

In Zoom app, meeting participants are limited to 100 people who will join the meeting first. Other people will be able to follow the meeting and ask questions in the comments on the Facebook live broadcast.