Louisville, Ky. (WDRB News) -- Louisville's mayor says it is a year long journey to chart the future of Louisville.
On Thursday, before a luncheon sponsored by Leadership Louisville, Mayor Greg Fischer formally announcing his plan to create what he calls a 25 year vision for the city.
He wants to know what citizens want Louisville to be in the year 2037 and beyond.
The project in Louisville will be coordinated by a planning firm from Norway.
City government is spending $100,000 on the project.
Another 900,000 is coming from private donations.
If you have something to say about the future of Louisville your first chance in person will be at the Idea Festival starting September 19 in Louisville.
However the city has created a website where you can express your ideas through social media.
The new website is www.visionlouisville.com.
A plan will be ready in about a year.