Shreveport leaders want to hear your opinion about how you think the city should spend millions of dollars flowing into our community from the federal government.

Mayor Adrian Perkins is holding listening sessions in neighborhoods all around the city to find out what are top priorities for local residents.

Shreveport is in line to get more than $48 million dollars from the American Rescue Act,

These community meetings will focus on four critical areas for Shreveport: public safety, infrastructure, economic development and technology. You can click here to fill out a survey to outline your priorities. You will be asked to rank the needs from 1-4.

Each of these community meetings will be held from 6-8 p.m.

Here's the schedule:

Thursday, May 13 C.E. Byrd High School Auditorium

Tuesday, May 18 Broadmoor Presbyterian*

Thursday, May 20 Mamie Hicks Community Center

Tuesday, June 1 David Raines Community Center

Thursday, June 3 A. B. Palmer Community Center

Thursday, June 10 Southern Hills Community Center

Tuesday, June 15 Airport Park Community Center

Thursday, June 17 Bill Cockrell Community Center

Thursday, June 24 Bilberry Park Community Center

*This meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m.

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