Final meeting on 40 Highway, 31st and Prospect future

You have a final chance to share input for the development of the 40 Highway Corridor near 31st Street and Prospect Avenue on Monday, April 29.

The city and the Mid-America Regional Council are working on a plan for future development. As part of this project, the City and MARC invite residents to share their ideas.

“During the open house, staff will feature display boards presenting ideas on 40 Highway Corridor redevelopment, and residents will be asked questions and see instant polling results. This project will focus on conceptual plans for three key intersections along the 40 Highway Corridor in eastern Jackson County: Prospect Avenue, Noland Road and Adams Dairy Parkway. It also will study redevelopment potential among these intersections,” according to a press release.


  • final open house on Monday, April 29 from 6-8 p.m. at the Lucile H. Bluford Branch Library, 3050 Prospect Ave.
  • presentation at 7 p.m.
  • Residents unable to attend the open house may contribute input at any time through an online discussion. Visit to register; then click on the U.S. 40 Corridor tab and answer questions.

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