New website, who dis? Go check out our new look over at Rogersar.gov! #WherePossibleLives
HAPPENING NOW: Community Engagement meeting #2 in the Communtiy Room at Rogers City Hall! #FutureFriscoPark #WherePossibleLives
Remember to take the Community Engagement Survey for #FutureFriscoPark! The survey closes on June 4th! Link in Bio!
Miss the first engagement meeting for the Frisco Park Redesign? Don't worry! You can take a survey to help! The survey will be open until JUNE 4th! Survey link in the bio section! 👆 #FutureFriscoPark #WherePossibleLives #RogersRocks
DON'T FORGET! Community Engagement Kickoff Meeting is THIS THURSDAY from 4-7 at the Downtown Rogers Farmers Market! We'll see you there! #FutureFriscoPark
Another Race in the books!! The City of Rogers was honored to host another year of the @komenozark Race for the Cure! Thanks to everyone for coming out today! #WherePossibleLives
ROGERS, AR- The public is invited to participate in the first of several input sessions for the redesign of Frisco Park. Ross Barney Architects of Chicago, IL will be in Rogers on May 10th to collect feedback from the community to help guide the design of the park. The meeting will take place at the Downtown Rogers Farmers Market, from 4-7 p.m. There will be activities for kids with engagement sessions led by Ross Barney Architects. The event will be a drop- in format with the opportunity for discussion and interactive brainstorming exercises. “We’re excited to hear from folks on what they want in this redesign. This park is such an important part of our community, and we want to make sure that everyone gets a chance to chime in. This meeting will serve as a jumping off point for Ross Barney as they begin to reimagine this space. They want to know how the park is being used now and what changes people would like to see,” said Jim White, Director of Parks and Recreation. The redesign of Frisco Park was made possible by the Walton Family Foundation’s Design Excellence grant program. The program seeks to elevate the quality of design in Northwest Arkansas by providing financial support to public and nonprofit entities to develop public buildings and spaces that preserve a sense of place and promote the region. Rogers was awarded the grant in late 2017. Community engagement will continue in the coming months as Ross Barney Architects and city staff work to complete the redesign. #FutureFriscoPark #WherePossibleLives
Mayor Hines was on hand to cut the ribbon on the @komenozark registration office this morning. We’re so excited to host the 20th anniversary of the race this year, and we’re turning the City Pink to celebrate! For the rest of the month, Rogers Police Department’s officers will be wearing pink City seal pins! You can also pick up an official pink City of Rogers seal shirt for just 5$! #RogersRocks #WherePossibleLives
What a great turnout this morning to celebrate the life and service of Councilman Sam Jeffery. This bicycle ‘fix it’ station was dedicated in his honor at the Downtown Rogers Farmers Market!