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Take a few moments to get involved and give input on the decisions that affect your community. This space is about meaningful, respectful dialogue, and informed decisions that will shape the East End Community of Winston-Salem. The survey, events, and discussion form are currently open for your input and participation.
Have Your Say
As we continue to plan, shape, and build our community, we need your input.
We've developed a new strategy to encourage the East End Community to play a bigger and more active role in shaping your neighborhoods.
This site gives you the opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings, and ideas on a range of projects and activities regarding the East End Master Plan. To participate, click on an open the below link.
Your actions will determine what happens!
East End Master Plan
Community Engagement Events
August 21, 2018
East End Master Plan Final Presentation
News & Publications
Winston-Salem Council Approves The East End Master Plan
The East End Master Plan is meant to bring revitalization to a core area in East Winston bounded by U.S. 52, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Business 40.
The plan calls for East End to become a mixed income and mixed-use neighborhood that is walkable and has a combination of housing, open spaces, commercial spaces and good connections with other parts of the city.
Master-plan makers return to East Winston
Ayers Saint Gross, the design firm hired to create a master plan for a large portion of the East Winston community, made another visit to the city last week.
During the open house meeting, hosted by Council Member Derwin Montgomery at First Calvary Baptist Church, where he is pastor, residents had another opportunity to discuss what they would like to see in their neighborhood. A similar meeting was held in May.
Draft plan to guide development in East Winston rolled out
A draft plan for the future development of a core area of East Winston envisions the area taking part in the new growth seen downtown just over U.S. 52 to the west but retaining its individuality and sense of community at the same time.
Master plan for Winston-Salem's East End
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- It's a vision Councilman Derwin Montgomery sees for the east side of town.
"It grew out of the fact that we see so much downtown," Montgomery said.
He and a group of others have been working on the East End Master Plan for almost eight months. Now, it's time to present.
Montgomery said dozens of community officials and residents attended a meeting at First Calvary Baptist Church on Tuesday. What they talked about is future growth.