Disneyland Resort is holding a DisneylandForward informational meeting for all who want to attend at Eucalyptus Park tomorrow from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Disneyland Resort Cast and Community released information on a public meeting being held tomorrow at Eucalyptus Park for interested citizens. Read the full text below:
Join us to learn about plans for Disneyland Resort’s future!
April 15th from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Eucalyptus Park for a DisneylandForward Community Coffee! Enjoy complimentary coffee and donuts while learning all about DisneylandForward. Our team members will be there to answer any questions you may have.
Look for the blue DisneylandForward tents so you don’t miss us. See you there!
Some guests questioned why the meeting was located further away from Disneyland Park than necessary, as other public parks are closer to Disneyland Resort than the planned location. Disney stated they wanted to host these events “all over the community to make sure all Anaheim residents have an opportunity to learn about DisneylandForward.”
There are two Eucalyptus Park locations in Orange County. Disney did not specify which space the meeting would be using.
You can check out the original post here.
Thinking big and leading the way is both our legacy and our best path forward. Now is the time to be bold, to dream, to believe, and to lead! The world-renowned Disneyland Resort is poised to bring back jobs to our community as well as new entertainment and experiences to loyal fans and new audiences for generations to come.Ken Potrock, President, Disneyland Resort
DisneylandForward is a multiyear public planning effort alongside the City of Anaheim. Its purpose is to update existing development approvals to allow Disney to meaningfully invest in Anaheim and meet the future entertainment demands.
On the official site, Disney states they are not seeking “any public funding for DisneylandForward, nor are we seeking additional square footage or hotel rooms beyond what is currently approved and allowed.” Instead, they hope to use DisneylandForward as a means to “update our existing approvals to allow for integrated development to be located and built on Disney properties.”
The Disneyland Resort has been a major economic driver for Anaheim for decades, and DisneylandForward is a way for Disney to continue to invest in the city and create jobs. The plan includes proposals for new hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues, as well as improvements to transportation and infrastructure.
DisneylandForward has the potential to transform the Disneyland Resort over time. The plan is being developed in collaboration with the City of Anaheim, and it is subject to public input.
If you are interested in learning more about DisneylandForward, you can visit the DisneylandForward website or attend a public meeting.
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