The master plan and preliminary design will emerge from extensive community engagement. The project team will hold a workshop series in October 2014,
and another series in early 2015. The workshop will involve an interactive process that emphasizes designing with the community and finding common-ground
solutions. "We will work with community members and downtown stakeholders to facilitate the visioning process and deliver an exceptional design that
honors Twin Falls' heritage and improves the economic health of the downtown area," said Mandi Roberts, project manager of the Otak team. A community
advisory committee is being formed to provide additional guidance for the project with members to serve as liaisons to the community.