The second and final Pop-Up on the town 2020 budget is being held late Tuesday afternoon (Nov. 5) at the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre (SLSFSC).

The 2020 town budget includes over $40 million infrastructure projects to play catch on the demands of a growing community.

Much of the focus has been placed on the capital projects the town proposes to undertake in 2020.

Traffic solutions, the number one issue in Cochrane, are heavily addressed but the displays also make mention of plans to develop a new protective services building, transit hub/innovation centre and servicing the future Horse Creek sports park.

The town has deserted the traditional public meeting format and instead using pop-ups as one of the tools in gathering feedback from the community.

"For the amount of time and investment of staff to have just four or five people show up just didn't hit the mark. Coming to where the people are seems to be working and people seem to be eager to come and browse."

The displays are light on details on the operational side of the town budget but that topic is also open game.

In addition to the pop-ups. the town is garnering feedback through its Let's Talk Cochrane platform.

Members of town councillor and administration will be situated near the entrance to the aquatic centre from 4 to 8 p.m.