Complete Streets Advisory established at the July 21, 2014 regular meeting of the Farmington City Council
Release date: 8/7/2014
The Farmington City Council established a Complete Streets Advisory Committee at the July 21, 2014 regular meeting. The committee will consist of five members from the community, one staff member and one member from either the City Council or Planning Commission.
The Advisory Committee would work with a consultant to develop a complete street mobility plan. The goal of the complete streets mobility plan is to develop a master plan for policies, programs, and projects which improve mobility throughout the City of Farmington. We envision a plan that will describe and provide priorities for multi-model connections to public parks, schools, Downtown Farmington and other commercial nodes, other public destinations, and interconnect with current and planned networks outside the City. The intent is to provide improved systems for all types of travel along with improved safety for pedestrian, bicyclists, and motorist safety.
Applications to serve on this committee are currently being accepted and are available on the city’s website or by contacting the City Manager’s Office at 248-474-5500, extension 2221. Consultants may submit proposals to the City Manager’s office until 4:00 p.m., EDT, Friday, August 28, 2014.
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