WICHITA, Kan. -

The City of Wichita is hosting a series of community meetings toget input on a proposed sales tax and the City’s 2015 Proposed Budget.

Six meetings are scheduled so residents can help shape the city's future and identify key priorities for 2015 and beyond. The meetings will cover topics like water supply, jobs initiatives, public transit and pavement maintenance.

Residents can asked questions and provide feedback about the sales tax, visit information stations and discuss specific plans for each community priority. The first meeting will be held Tuesday (June 17) at 6:30 p.m. at Avita Rolling Hills Center.

For a complete list of upcoming meetings, click the link below.

Building a Better Future Schedule

LaShonda Garnes, City of Wichita engagement team, said feedback collected at the meetings will be presented to city council members next month.

"We are really looking at what our future is going to look like beyond 2015," she said.