McKINNEY, TX -- The 2020 State of The City, scheduled for Thursday, November 5, will offer residents and businesspeople an overview of recent accomplishments and a glimpse at plans for the future. Community leaders are likely to offer examples of how McKinney is growing, and the improvements being made to the community.
This year’s event, which begins at 11:30 a.m. will look a little different, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Presented by Waste Conncections, this year’s State of the City will be virtual. Don’t lose interest just yet! The McKinney Chamber is offering several unique experiences for your viewing pleasure.
- You can register to get the Insider Experience, which gives you access to engage directly with our city insiders and special guests.
- You can register for the VIP Live Production option, which will allow you to be there in person to watch the live production of the event in a reserved section.
- You can watch on Facebook Live via the Chamber’s Facebook page.
However you choose to take it in, you are encouraged to watch.
Leaders from several key local organizations, including the City of McKinney, the McKinney Independent School District (MISD), and Collin College, will focus on current and future projects, discussing important programs, and presenting a vision for the future of McKinney.
Panel of Speakers:
- George Fuller, Mayor, City of McKinney
- Paul Grimes, City Manager, City of McKinney
- Dr. Rick McDaniel, Superintendent, MISD
- Dr. Neil Matkin, President, Collin College