Greenwood residents will have an opportunity tonight to give their feedback and suggestions for the city’s plan to revitalize the downtown area.

Throughout the last month, city officials have detailed projects they want to undertake downtown, including improvements to Old City Park, development on the middle school property, reconstruction of Madison Avenue and an underground parking garage. City officials have said they plan to use money from the city’s tax-increment financing, or TIF, districts that set aside tax dollars from certain businesses to pay for the projects.

An open house for residents to give feedback and suggestions is set for 6 p.m. at the city building, located at 300 S. Madison Ave.

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Jacob Tellers is a reporter at the Daily Journal. He can be reached at or 317-736-2702.