In 2014, the Chamber's Regional Opportunities Council initiated a Regional Vision planning process that convened business, government, non-profit, and civic organizations to design a collaborative road map to prosperity for our region. What followed was months of research, public input, analysis, and evaluation followed by meetings of debate and consensus building. In November 2015, the Q2030 Steering Committee affirmed the framework for what is now known as Q2030: A Regional Action Plan. The Steering Committee continues to meet and is currently busy hammering out details of the plan's implementation and the participation model for Q2030. Work also is underway to form an operational structure of public and private partners and to forge new relationships across the full geographic scope of the Quad Cities that will focus on achieving sustainable results. Work groups are also being identified for leading specific initiatives. The very specific details of the plan will be formally introduced to the public in the summer of 2016; however it can be followed now online at www.qcvision.org and onFacebook, Twitter and Instagram. Quad Citizens can share in the action by tweeting and sharing cool places, creative people, the connected region and prosperous economy on social media using #IntheQ2030. And don't forget to #tagtheqc.