The City of Racine, through a partnership with the State of Wisconsin, is investing nearly $65 million in the Lincoln King Neighborhood to build a community center, health center, and to improve housing in the neighborhood.
The King Center, strategically located at the heart of the neighborhood and close to the Julian-Thomas elementary school, will provide an array of programs, including a gymnasium, recreational spaces, classrooms, and additional features identified by community members. The center aims to address
health, wellness, and social disparities of the neighborhood and beyond.
The existing King Center plays an important role in the community as a place to gather, participate in recreational activities, and learn. Its legacy will be honored in the new building. The building will continue the legacy to build a foundation for the next generation. It is
essential that community members continue to be involved in the design process to ensure it serves the community in the best way possible.
Here is a sample of the input that the city and design team have received through the community engagement process:
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