City of Ashland community members are invited to attend a public workshop on Pedestrian Places on Wednesday evening, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Commons room at the Ashland Middle School. At this meeting, citizens will have an opportunity to learn about the project and help develop ideas for the Pedestrian Places.
The City of Ashland is conducting a study of three locations as Pedestrian Places:
• Tolman Creek Rd./Ashland St.
• Walker Ave./Ashland St.
• N. Mountain Ave./E. Main St.
Pedestrian places are neighborhood centers that provide a concentration of small gathering places, housing, businesses and pedestrian amenities grouped in a way to encourage more walking, bicycling and transit use.
This workshop is one of several meetings to be held over the course of the Pedestrian Places project. For more information about the project call Bill Molnar in Community Development at 541.552.2042, or visit www.ashland.or.us/pedplaces.