It's time to voice your opinion about how you think Shreveport should spend federal dollars that will be flowing to our area from the feds.

Mayor Adrian Perkins and other community leaders are hosting meetings across the city to hear from you. Shreveport is expecting more than $48 million dollars from the American Rescue Act,

Perkins says the focus of these meetings will be four key areas that our community must address as soon as possible: public safety, infrastructure, economic development and technology.

If you can not make it to one of the meetings, you can click here to fill out a survey to outline your priorities. You will be asked to rank the needs from 1-4.

The first meeting is set for tomorrow night.

Here's the full 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

All of the meetings begin at 6pm except the Broadmoor Presbyterian location which begins at 6:30 p.m.

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