Shreveport leaders want to hear what you think the priorities in our community should be. Mayor Adrian Perkins is hosting the final listening session this evening from 6-8 p.m. at Norris Ferry Community Church which is at 1009 Norris Ferry Road.

The Mayor and representatives from police and fire, SPAR, water and sewer, public works and several other city departments will be on hand to hear your concerns. The aim of these sessions is to hear how residents think the city should spend millions of dollars rolling into our community from the feds.

Shreveport is expected to get more than $48 million dollars from the American Rescue Plan which was ok'd by Congress earlier this year.

These listening sessions have been held across the community over the past several weeks. If you can not make this final session, you can click here to take the quick online survey.

The Mayor's top 4 priorities for spending the money are:

Public Safety

Infrastructure

Economic Development

Technology

If you have other areas that you would like to see the city address, you are encouraged to show up at tonight's meeting and voice your concerns.

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