The Davidson Pedestrian Master Plan Steering Committee and consultants from Alta Planning + Design will host a series of meetings next week seeking public input on a proposed master plan for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in town. The meetings begin Monday, April 8, with a drop-in public workshop, and continue Thursday and Friday, April 11-12, with an “open studio” where the committee and consultants will work on the plan.
The town also is conducting an online survey to gather input. See below.
The meetings are designed to “discuss goals and objectives, opportunities and barriers, and safety and education for pedestrian and bicycle transportation in Davidson,” according to a Town Hall announcement.
Town officials say the plan “will become our map to complete the necessary town-wide infrastructure improvements, policies, and programs to make Davidson truly walkable and bikeable for all our citizens.”
MONDAY, APRIL 8, 6-8pm, Davidson Town Hall board room, 216 S. Main St. – A public workshop is planned on the proposed pedestrian master plan. It’s a drop-in session with no formal presentation. Citizens are invited to their concerns about walking and biking in Davidson with consultants and committee members.
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 9am to 4pm, and FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 9am to 1pm, Davidson Town Hall board room, 216 S. Main St. – Consultants and steering committee members will be working in an open studio setting and having meetings with stakeholder focus groups. Citizens are welcome to drop in to learn about the project and provide input to the steering committee.
FILL OUT THE SURVEY
Citizens are invited to take an online survey to aid the Pedestrian Master Plan project. Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/davidsonped_active
For more information about the plan, call the planning department at 704-892-7592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.