The Duluth County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday it is developing a community engagement plan for the family activities of the Duluth Family Activity Center.
The plan will include events for children and families, community meetings, community activities, school programs, and more.
The initiative comes after the D.A.’s office last week announced it had launched a formal request for proposals to help fund its next community engagement effort, which is expected to begin in late 2018.
The D.O.D. has partnered with the Dulus County Board of Supervisors to help create the plan, which will address a variety of issues in the community.
The proposal will focus on how to increase community engagement and community engagement initiatives for families and the community as a whole, the district attorney’s office said in a statement.
The project will also include a new program for the DMC that is expected the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
The agency has previously been working to boost engagement and outreach for families through community events and programs.
The district attorney announced the new initiative last month in an effort to get more families involved in the District of Duluth’s family activities.
Duluth officials said last week that they were also looking to partner with other communities to increase family engagement and engage the public.
Last year, the DDA launched a series of community engagement activities to encourage families to spend time with their children in Duluth.
“The Duluth District Attorney is committed to helping families feel safe and secure and to build trust in our community,” D.D.-P.
James said in the district’s news release.
“This community engagement initiative will allow the District to build the community that will make Duluth a more open and inclusive community.”
D.D., along with several other local communities, are also seeking funding for a community activity center in Dulce.
The Dulce Family Activity center, which opened in January, is expected have approximately 500 families, with many coming from out of state.