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The city held a virtual public meeting on July 9, 2020 at 6:30 PM.
The meeting included a presentation and Q&A after the presentation. Staff discussed the project background, analysis of existing conditions, information about potential solutions, and the schedule moving forward.
Thank you to everyone that participated.
July 27 2020
Initial Public Comment Closes
Our public comment period for the kick-off meeting will close on Friday July 24th. Afterwards the project team will use the feedback to continue to analyze the corridor and develop potential solutions.
September 01 2020
Project Team Develops Alternatives
During August and September 2020, the Project Team will take initial feedback and develop alternative solutions.
October 21 2020
Public Meeting: Present Alternatives
A public meeting via Zoom will be held at 6pm. At this meeting the project team will present the results of the initial feedback and the proposed alternatives. Three alternatives will be discussed that aim to improve safety and comfort along this corridor.
November 08 2020
Public Comment Period Ends
All public comments must be provided by Sunday at 11:59 PM.
November 09 2020
City Council Workshop
The project team will update City Council on the different alternatives and the public feedback received.
January 15 2021
Finalized corridor plan released
The City has finalized the plan for the study corridor. Please visit the Documents section of this Speak Up project to download and view the plan.