Open House #1 (SEP2014)

 

Discussing Pedestrian Oriented Land Uses
Discussing Pedestrian Oriented Land Uses

Thanks to City Staff, our technical and community partners for making the 1st Sidewalk Master Plan and Public Facilities Access Audit open house a success. The open house facilitated input from over 75 attendees from GISD, Southwestern University, TXDOT, downtown district representatives and the general public. Below is a snapshot of the results of the “dot voting” exercise that took place at the Open House (see below). The next step in the process is for staff to analyze and incorporate the more than 90 surveys completed on site and through the project website. The project team will be working through the month of October to create an initial project prioritization criteria and will present those results as well as the DRAFT Master Plan during a City Council workshop January 13th.

Community participation in the process is appreciated.Sidewalk Preference by Associated Land Use Types (Dot Voting) 9.30.14

 

Public Outreach Results(27OCT14)

Initial results from the public buildings accessibility review, Downtown District and city wide pedestrian facilities are complete:

Downtown Sidewalk Assessment (05SEP14)

Sidewalk Assessment (05SEP14)