WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Thrive West Central is seeking community input to better develop West Central Indiana.

The company focuses on improving the area’s quality of life and economic prosperity.

This is part of the organization’s educational phase of their Resilient plan, it aims to combat regional challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Three areas of focus include,

  • Identifying the region’s resiliency-related challenges and opportunities to spur
    acknowledgment and action to address.
  • Identifying public, private, and non-profit resources to help address these challenges
    and opportunities.
  • Providing a unified framework for how communities in the region can build resiliency
    and prosperity in a post-COVID world.

Through this phase, members of Thrive will attend and present at council meetings, Chambers, Rotaries and other community organizations to give updates on the recovery plan and how the region can implement it.

“As we enter into this next phase of Resilient, it’s important for our team to connect with as
many regional stakeholders as we can to promote awareness, collaboration, and teamwork,”
said Ryan Keller, Executive Director of Thrive West Central.